Author(s): A. Arvin Babu, P. Padmavathi, T. Jayadeepa, Radha

Email(s): sagaarvin@ymail.com

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Address: Prof. A. Arvin Babu*, Ms. P. Padmavathi, Ms. T. Jayadeepa, Ms. Radha
1M.Sc (Nursing), Ph.D (N), Principal, Dhanvantri College of Nursing, Ganapathypuram, NO – 1 Ranganoor Road, Muniyappankovil, Pallakkapalyam, Namakkal District – 637 303
2M.Sc (Nursing), Ph.D (N), Vice Principal, Dhanvantri College of Nursing, Ganapathypuram, NO – 1 Ranganoor Road, Muniyappankovil, Pallakkapalyam, Namakkal District – 637 303
3M. Sc (Nursing), Reader, Dhanvantri College of Nursing, Ganapathypuram, NO 1Ranganoor Road, Muniyappankovil, Pallakkapalyam, Namakkal District – 637 303
4Lecture, Dhanvantri College of Nursing, Ganapathypuram, NO – 1 Ranganoor Road, Muniyappankovil, Pallakkapalyam, Namakkal District – 637 303
*Corresponding Author

Published In:   Volume - 1,      Issue - 1,     Year - 2013


ABSTRACT:
Background: Reproductive health is affected by a variety of socio cultural and biological factors on the one hand and the quality of the delivery system and its responsiveness to women's needs on the other. A woman-based approach to reproductive health is one which responds to the needs of adult women and adolescent girls in a culturally sensitive manner. Objectives: Identify The Common Reproductive Health Problem among women. Design: A Descriptive research design was adopted for the study. Setting: Selected weaving mill, Namakkal District. Participants: 75 women with fulfilling the inclusion criteria were selected by purposive sampling. Methods:All women were asked the questionnaire through interview method. The questions were related to Baseline Proforma of women and common reproductive health problems assessment check list. Each participants 20 -25 minutes to complete the questionnaire. Results:The reproductive health problems assessment check listrevealed that the majority (30%) of the samples had menstrual problem and similar percentage (16% and 16%) of samples had anaemia and breast infection respectively. There was a no significant association between the reproductive health problems scores and variables like age, age at menarche, duration of cycle, type of flow, problems during menstruation, family history of reproductive health problems, and source of information. (P > 0.05). Conclusion: The knowledge about reproductive health problems of the women to be reinforced to lead a happy and healthy life.


Cite this article:
A. Arvin Babu, P. Padmavathi, T. Jayadeepa, Radha. Reproductive Health Problem Among Women. Int. J. Nur. Edu. and Research 1(1): Oct.- Dec., 2013; Page 05-08.


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