The Effectiveness of Giving Ginger and Mint Leaves to The Incidence of Emesis Gravidarum

Masruroh, Nur and Safitri, Yati Isnaini and Laili, Uliyatul and Andriani, Ratna Ariesta Dwi and Abidah, Siska Nurul (2020) The Effectiveness of Giving Ginger and Mint Leaves to The Incidence of Emesis Gravidarum. International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, 24 (9). pp. 1003-1010. ISSN 1475-7192

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Hormonal changes in early pregnancy occurs due to rising levels of the hormones estrogen andprogesterone. This may result in some of the complaints in mothers in early pregnancy, such as morningsickness or nausea and vomiting. This can be overcome by pharmacological administration of drugs anti-nauseaand vomiting as well as non-pharmacological manner mint leaves steeping water also steeping gingerrhizome.The purpose of this study was to analyze efektiftiveness of given mint leaves and ginger to the incidenceof morning sickness in pregnant women. Using a quasi-experimental research design. The population and thesample is first trimester pregnant women who experience morning sickness in Midwives Practice Independenlyin Surabaya for 3 months. In analysis of respondents given mint leaves using Wilcoxon showed the p-value 0.005<α of 0.05 means that the mint proven effective in reducing the incidence of morning sickness. In analysis ofrespondents given ginger result p-value 0.000 <α 0.05, which means that the administration also provedeffective steeping ginger reduces the incidence of morning sickness. The results mean rank test showed Awardmint leaves steeping steeping ginger 6.87 and 9.86 giving a meaningful that ginger infusion administration moreeffectively reduce the incidence of morning sickness in comparison with the provision of mint leaves steeping.Pregnant women can reduce morning sickness with non-pharmacological ways to drink the infusion of gingerand mint leaves steeping.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Emesis Gravidarum,Morning Sickness, Mint Leaves, Ginger
Subjects: R Medicine > RG Gynecology and obstetrics > RG551-591 Pregnancy
Divisions: Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery > Program Study of Diploma III Midwifery
Depositing User: Mr. . Aji
Date Deposited: 06 Jul 2020 07:04
Last Modified: 19 Aug 2020 01:53

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