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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Stress Level and Genetics of the Menstrual Cycle on Adolescents

Author: S SUYANTA, WIWIN RENNY R, LULUT HANDAYANI
Abstract: A woman will experience the normal reproductive events, namely menstrual every month, in periodic. But, a woman may experience abnormal cycles. Amenorea is a cycle abnormalities including menstrual cycle disorders (Manuaba, 1999). Many of the causes why the menstrual cycle becomes long or vice versa, one caused is stressed (Misaroh 2009).Stres is a physiological response, psychological and behavior of humans who try to adapt and organize both internal and external pressures (stressors) are very sensitive. Adolescent and prone to stress (Misaroh, 2009). Period Cycle vary among women and almost 90% of women have a cycle of 25-35 days and only 10-15% which has a cycle of 28 days, but some women have irregular cycles and this can be an indication their fertility problems (Saryono, 2009). By knowing the factors that influence abnormal menstrual cycles, be attempted solutions to these problems, when it has entered the age of reproduction. This research is a quantitative research with cross sectional approach. The results of statistical analysis of the relationship between stress levels and the menstrual cycle obtained p values (0.047) <0.05, which means there is a significant relationship between stress levels and the menstrual cycle. While the results of statistical analysis between genetics and the menstrual cycle, the value of P value = 0.456 is obtained, which means there is no relationship between genetics and the menstrual cycle.
Keyword: Health, Reproductive, Adolescent
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.03.312
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