The Characteristic of Toddlers Reproductive Health in Posyandu Matahari, Blimbing, Malang, East Java, Indonesia
Keywords:Characteristic, Reproductive Health, Toddlers
Background & Objective: The screening of reproductive health plays an essential role of early detection
of reproductive health disorder. There was a study which suggested that there was at least one congenital
disorder every 100 live births. The Congenital reproductive disorder are mostly found in type of hypospadias,
enlarged clitoris, micropenis, fusion of labia majora, and genital ambiguity. Data collected in Saiful Anwar
General Hospital revealed that period of 2012-2017 there were 109 hypospadias cases, 64 undescended
testicle cases, and 80 cases of testicular torsion. However, for the Disorders of Sex Development cases, there
were found 12 cases from period of 2015-2017, with mean age was school age (8-14 years old). Unfortunately,
there was no data of congenital reproductive disorder in toddlers, thus we conducted screening of toddlers
reproductive health in PosyanduMatahari which located in Malang, East Java, Indonesia in order to find out
the number of incidence of toddlers congenital reproductive disorder and held the early detection.
Materials & Methods: This is observational descriptive study. Screening was held in PosyanduMatahari
which located in GedungSerbagunaRw. 14, Bunulrejo, Jodipan, Blimbing, Malang, in October 27, 2018. It
used method of physical examination (age, weight, height, external genital examination), and if it was found
suspicious of disease or disorder of toddler congential reproductive health, thus it would be given referral to
appropriate health care
Results: This screening event involved 46 toddlers (1-5 years old). From 46 toddlers, there were 14 toddlers
(30.43%), 10 toddlers suffered from Phimosis (21.74%), 1 toddler with Hydrocele (2.17%), dan 3 toddlers
suffered from UDT (6.52), who were referred to urology clinic in Saiful Anwar General Hospital to undergo
further examination and treatment.
Conclusion:The incidence of toddlers reproductive disorder of this event was 30,43%, showed that this
age group (1-5 years old) had significant amount of congenital reproductive disorder and screening played
important role for early detection and improving parental knowledge to prevent the delay of treatment for
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