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The DKI Jakarta area has realized reproductive health services for teenagers and prospective brides through the Counseling and Health Examination Program for Prospective Brides. The fulfillment of reproductive rights for men and women is determined by the anatomical function of the reproductive organs between men and women. The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of counseling on reproductive health rights from the gender perspective of prospective brides at the North Jakarta District Health Center. This research is a quasi-experiment with a pretest and posttest design, the respondents in the study were 30 prospective grooms and 30 prospective brides. Sampling was non-random and purposive sampling, the results were tested by Paired T-Test and Independent Sample Test. The results of the study showed that there was an increase in the average (mean) score from the groom's gender perspective, namely 37.17 and became 44.60. This increase is statistically significant with a P value of 0.000. The average (mean) value of the prospective bride's gender perspective, namely 34.50, increased to 46.73. This increase is statistically significant with a P value of 0.000. The difference in the increase in the average posttest score from a gender perspective between grooms and brides did not differ with a value of P=0.455. Counseling about reproductive health, especially about reproductive health rights, is very important to be given to prospective brides and grooms so that a husband and wife relationship that respects each other is developed.


Future bride and groom Gender Perspective Reproductive health rights

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