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The incidence of dysmenorrhea ini adolescent girls can cause a condi- tion of weakness, lack of energy, paleness, lack of concentratio. That has a negative impact on daily activities and one of the common rea- sons for adolescent girls not to move. The aim of this study to deter- mine the effect of hemoglobin levels on the incidence of dysmenorrhea in midwifery students of Megarezky Universiy. The study was con- ducted from September to November 2020 at Megarezky University. The study was quantitatively with a cross sectional study design. The sample were students of level 2 and level 3 of D-III midwifery. The sam- pling technique used accidental sampling technique with a sample size of 68 people. To analyze the results of the study using a statistical test with Chi-Square. The results showed that who had anemia were 47 students (69.1%) and 21 students (30.9%) were not anemic. Mean-while, 44 students (64.7%) experienced dysmenorrhea and 24 student (35.3%) were not. The results of statistical tests between Hb levels and the incidence of dysmenorrhea show that p value = 0.000. The conclu- sion of this study is that there was an effect of hemoglobin levels on the   incidence   of   dysmenorrhea   in   midwifery   DIII   students   at Megarezky University of Makassar.

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Hemoglobin dismenore Remaja Putri

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Syamsuriyati, Rosdianah, Syarief, S., Handayani, R., Pratiwi, H., & Rismayanti. (2022). Pengaruh Kadar Hemaglobin terhadap Kejadian Dismenore pada Mahasiswi Ke- bidanan Universitas Megarezky Makassar. Ghizai : Jurnal Gizi Dan Keluarga, 1(2), 69-74. Retrieved from https://journal.unimerz.com/index.php/ghizai/article/view/108

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