ABSTRACT: Family planning was originally intended to regulate birth order on maternal health, child and family can be improved, but this time the goal was to move to greater prosperity. One type of contraception is the contraceptive injection. The problem often faced by family planning acceptors syringe is amenorrhea. Complaints of amenorrhea is often a major problem in the use of injectable contraceptives. The purpose of this study conducted to determine the relationship between family planning acceptors by injecting 3-month incidence of amenorrhea. The design of this study using correlational analytic cross-sectional approach. Sampling method used was simple random sampling, with a population of 80 respondents and a sample taken by 67 respondents are part of family planning acceptors injecting three months in Connecticut Amelia Padangbandung–Dukun-Gresik, in July 2012. The research data was taken using a closed questionnaire. After the tabulated data were analyzed using the phi coefficient test with significance level 0.05. From the result showed that 3-month injectable acceptors of family planning is almost entirely experienced amenorrhea (76%) occurred in the respondents who received an injection of> = 3 times and nearly half (31%) of respondents who received an injection of <3 times. While the statistical test results obtained from the KB injecting 3 months has a positive effect on the incidence of amenorrhea with a value of phi coefficient of 0.443 with a significance level of 0.000 (p <0.05).For that health workers should have to provide IEC on family planning acceptors and potential acceptors of family planning on side-effects 3-month injectable contraceptives. Before using contraceptives are given counseling to steady acceptors do not feel confused if there are side effects appear.
Keywords: Acceptors KB Injectable 3 Months, Genesis Amenorrhea