Husband’s Support Toward Anxiety dealing with Labor and Outcomes of Maternal Birth in Primigravida (a prospective cohort study in Bandung Area)
Anxiety is the highest position which was experienced by mother during pregnancy and delivery. That condition is caused, for woman psychology when facing delivery process, would always be covered with fear and more intense approaching the delivery process, especially, on primigravida. Therefore, support from husband is needed to give secure and comfortable feeling and a good outcome of delivery. The aim of research is to analiyze the relationship of husband‘s support and the anxiety of primigravida in facing delivery and analyzing the relationship of anxiety and outcome of delivery. Research design was using prospective cohort an number of sample were 95 respondents. Chi square calculation result showed there was relationship (p= 0,001) between husband‘s support and anxiety of pimigravida, if the husband did not give support with probability 97,94% have anxiety. There was relationship between mother‘s anxiety in facing over outcome of delivery (mothers : p= 0,013 and fetal p= 0,038) and if the husband did not give support and have anxiety have delivery with probability 54,5%, and then mother with anxiety have under of APGAR with probability of 51,9%.