Relationship of Knowledge and Attitudes with Male Participation in Vasectomy in Indonesia
Keywords:Attitude, family planning, knowledge, vasectomy.
Family planning is an effort to control the birth of children, the ideal space and age for childbirth, pregnancy
control, through promotion, protection, and assistance in accordance with reproductive rights to form a
quality family. Vasectomy, or vas occlusion, is considered to be the most effective and very popular form of
contraception. This study aims to analyze the relationship between knowledge and attitudes with vasectomy
participation in men. This study used a cross-sectional approach. The research location is in Madiun City,
East Java, Indonesia. The total sample in this study was 323 respondents. The variables in the study were
knowledge, attitudes, and participation in vasectomy family planning. There is a relationship between
knowledge and attitudes about vasectomy with male participation in vasectomy.
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