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THE RELATIONSHIP WITH POSTNATAL CARE OF REINFORCING THE NITE TRADITION NORM "BEDAPUR”AND “WAK TUYUH” MEDICINE IN THE DISTRICT OF BLANG PEGAYON, GAYO LUES DISTRICT

Niniek Lely Pratiwi*, Yunita Fitrianti, Syarifah Nuraini, Tety Rachmawati, Agung D. Laksono, Mugheni Sugiharto, Fenty D. Noviani, Mufida Afreny B. and Shrimarti R. Devy

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Pregnant women and postpartum mothers in the neighboring village of Blang Pegayon district in 2017 the community still carried out the "bedapur" parturition tradition believed to be carried out for 44 postpartum days in a closed room. Wak Tuyuh's tradition is also believed and carried out by several postpartum women in postpartum care. Social-mother-in-law has a role in deciding postnatal care. The research method is qualitative, observations and observations on the socio-cultural life of the people involved are thought to affect maternal and child health. Samples are pregnant women and postpartum mothers, health workers, community leaders in Tetingi village. The results of the research "nite" tradition, "Bedapur" are still strongly held by Gayo women. Bedapur culture is still a value, an inherent value, and is done by most of the postpartum Gayo women, so that the mother and baby are healthy and strong. This is also evident from the results of 11 WUS, 37 percent still believe in Wak Tuyuh's medicine tradition. The "bedapur" tradition while breastfeeding the baby can affect the health of the baby, especially the susceptibility of respiratory tract infections, while the mother has a risk of blistering. The 'WakTuyuh' tradition risks infection of the vagina and birth canal. It is necessary to form change agents for parents, in-laws for pregnant women to be able to provide awareness of carrying out a healthy "bedapur" tradition.

Keywords: Pregnant women and postpartum mothers, “Bedapur” Nite Tradition, Wak Tuyuh”.


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