FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THE USE OF CONTRACEPTION DUAL PROTECTION IN COUPLE OF PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS

Kusila Devia Rahayu

Abstract


Contraceptive dual protection on PLWHA couples aimed to preventing transmission of HIV and sexually transmitted infections other concomitant diseases and prevent unplanned pregnancies. This research aims to identify use of contraceptive dual protection of the couples living with HIV and others factors that associated. This research is a descriptive cross sectional study with sample of 185 couples of PLWHA and analyzed by Chi Square test. Results of the study found that 50.8% of PLWHA couples not using contraception dual protection and 49.2% of PLWHA couples using contraceptives dual protection. The result of statistical analysis showed that the factors of knowledge, confidence, support and attitude associated with contraceptive dual protection use of the couples of PLWHA (P <0.05). Counseling and health promotion of contraceptive dual protection by health workers need to be improved in order to maximize coverage of contraceptive dual protection use of the couples of PLWHA.


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dual contraceptive protection, people living with HIV/AIDS.

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