THE EFFECT OF MASASE COUNTERPRESSURE ON LABOR PAIN KALA ONE ACTIVE PHASE IN MOTHER BIRDS IN BPM SETIA
Submited : July 27, 2020
Published : July 27, 2020
Background & Objective: Labor pain can cause stress which can cause excessive hormone release such as
ketocolamine and steroids. Pain can be reduced by pharmacological techniques and non-pharmacological
techniques. Pharmacological techniques using analgesic drugs, while non-pharmacological techniques are
pain control by using counterpressure techniques that reduce pain sensations by inhibiting pain from the
source. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of counterpressure massage on labor pain kala
one active phase in maternity at BPM Setia. Material and Method: This research is Quasi Experimental
with one group pretest and posttest design with a population of all mothers giving birth during the active
phase at Setia BPM and a sample of 15 respondents. Data analysis using the Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test.
Result: The scale of pain before counterpressure massage was performed in the first phase of active
maternity, 9 respondents (60.0%) experienced severe pain, moderate pain as many as 3 respondents (20%)
and very severe pain 3 respondents (20%). The scale of pain after counterpressure massage, mild pain 2
respondents (13.3%), moderate pain 9 respondents (60.0%) and experiencing severe pain 4 respondents
(26.7%). The bivariate analysis showed p-value = 0,000. Conclusion: There were significant differences in
pain before and after counterpressure massage in the first maternal phase of active at Setia BPM.
Suggestions for midwives to be able to apply counterpressure massage techniques to reduce labor pain when
I am the active phase of maternity.