PAIN ADAPTATION RELATIONSHIP IN FIRST STAGE OF THE LABOR WITH RELAXATION TECHNIQUE IN BPM BASHORI SURABAYA

Nur Masruroh

Abstract


Many women in the labor process can not adapt to the pain, because she has not experienced for
the birth process, the mother also can not control her emotions because too tired. It will cause other
problems during the birth process. Intervention to relieve labor pain one of them is to use relaxation
techniques breathing. This study aims to know relationship relaxation techniques breathing with pain
adaptation response in first stage of the labor in the BPM Bashori .
Analytic survey research design with cross sectional method. Women in labot process
population totaled 33 respondents, with a large sample of 30 respondents with Non-Probability
Sampling technique accidental sampling type. The independent variable is the Relaxation Breathing
Techniques and the dependent variable is the Pain Adaptation Response. Data were collected using the
observation sheet. Analyzed using the Fisher Exact test with significance level α = 0.05 to determine
the relationship between two variables.
Almost all respondents doing breathing relaxation techniques (90%) and almost all respondents
can adapt to the pain (86.7%).
The final conclusion is, using relaxation techniques can reduce pain,can improve the quality of
health care services on techniques reduce pain during labor to prepare the patient in her labor process
with no pain.
Keywords: breathing relaxation techniques, pain adaptation response

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