PENGARUH ROLLING MASSAGE PUNGGUNG TERHADAP PENINGKATAN PRODUKSI ASI PADA IBU NIFAS

Heny Ekawati

Abstract


The postpartum period is the beginning of lactation. New born babies should be able to suckle
to his mother, but what happens in the field early in the postpartum period baby is difficult to suckle
to his mother. Primary survey data on the first week of the postpartum period found 75% show that
his milk is not yet fluent. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of rolling back massage
to increase milk production in postpartum mothers. Design of this study uses quasi experimental
method with time series approach. With consecutive sampling technique. The samples are 30
respondents with control group. An instrument used is observation sheet of baby’s urine frequency
first until third days. Data analysis using repeated anova test.Based on the results of this study on the
babys urine frequency on control group had a mean of 5.8. While the mean of intervention group was
7.3. The results of statistical tests using Repeated Anova test,  = 0.001 ( <0.05) which means there
is the effect of rolling back massage to increase milk production in postpartum mothers. Based on the
results of these studies it is known that the back rolling massage can be used as an alternative to
increase milk production in postpartum mother in BPS, Puskesmas or Hospital

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