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Husband’s influence in the use of long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) method in Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Abstract

Background

The long-acting reversible contraceptive method is one way to overcome the high population growth rate. The long-term contraception method is more efficient to regulate pregnancy because it can be used for a long period of time and is safer and more effective and the failure rate is relatively low at 0.2 per 100 users. The strong patriarchal culture in the Special Region of Yogyakarta is one of the factors that determine the wife's decision to use the long-term contraception method. Therefore, this study aims to determine the effect of knowledge, attitudes, and support from husbands in the use of the LARC method in the Special Region of Yogyakarta.

Method

This study used secondary data from the 2017 Indonesia Demographic and Health Survey (IDHS) taking the Special Region of Yogyakarta province as a level of analysis or as a place of research. The population was all fertile couples aged 15–49 years as many as 123 couples. The sample was as many as 71 respondents who had made the inclusion criteria refer to criteria used in the 2017 IDHS, namely fertile age couple who used LARC and non-LARC contraception. Data were analyzed by multivariate analysis.

Results

The results showed that there is no relationship between husband's knowledge (p value = 0.330), husband's attitude (p value = 1.000), and husband's support (p value = 0.771) on the choice of LARC in the Special Region of Yogyakarta.

Conclusion

Even though in a patriarchal culture, husbands do not play a major role in contraceptive choices because of the presence of women empowerment and misinformation about the contraceptive method itself, close communication between husband and wife and the socialization of LARC by health workers is expected to increase its use.

Background

The population growth rate in Indonesia is still high, as a result of the family planning program which is still experiencing obstacles to date, including not achieving the contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) in accordance with the government's target. Based on the Indonesian National Population and Family Planning Board strategic plan in 2018, the target achievement that still needs to be considered is the reduction in the total birth rate which is almost close to the target, namely 2.38 per woman of fertile age in the range of 14–49 years from the 2018 target of 2.31% achieving the target of reducing the birth rate by increasing CPR (Bappenas 2019).

Data and Information on Indonesia's Health Profile in 2017 shows that the number of fertile age couple in Indonesia is 37,338,265, while the active family planning acceptors are 23,606,218 (63.22%), consisting of the use of intrauterine device (IUD) 1,688,685 (7.15%), tubectomy medicine 655,762 (2.78), vasectomy 124,262 (0.53%), implant 1,650,227 (6.99%), injections 14,817,663 (62.77%), condoms 288,388 (1.22%), and pills 4,069,844 (17,24%) (BPS, Bkkbn, Kementerian Kesehatan RI 2017).

Reproductive age has entered by the largest cohort of human history. This situation encouraging needs of effective contraceptive method in general and long-acting and permanent contraceptive method in particular (Jacobstein 2007). The national family planning movement has programs to encourage community participation in building independent small families (BKKBN 2015). Using contraception considered as a health promotion, because by control the timing of childbearing, women together with the healthcare provider can ensure that they are healthy and minimizing the risk of complication of pregnancy and childbirth (Ruhl 2012). Therefore, the improvement of this program must continue to be considered and improved because the achievement has not been evenly distributed. The national family planning movement is still lacking in the use of the long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARC). Special Region of Yogyakarta in 2012–2017 experienced an increase in CPR and total fertility rate (TFR); from CPR 59.6 to 76% and TFR from 2.1 to 2.2, this figure has reached the government's target (BKKBN 2015).

The 2018 Indonesian Health Profile shows that there are 497,770 (58.45%) of the fertile age couple in the Special Region of Yogyakarta with 36.64% of participants in the LARC. Meanwhile, the acceptors for IUD were 65,743, tubectomy was 18,932, vasectomy was 3,101 and implant was 18,816 (BPS 2019). The use of LARC in Special Region of Yogyakarta based on the Indonesian National Population and Family Planning Board report is 38.9% while for non-LARC it is 61.61%, and this figure indicates that the use of LARC is lower than non-LARC. The use of LARC has many advantages, both in terms of programs and in terms of users, the use of contraception is also more efficient because it can be used for a long period of time and is safer and more effective, and the failure rate of LARC is relatively low at 0.2 per 100 users (Raidanti and Wahidin 2019). In an economic benefit, the value of avoided abortions and miscarriages for women using no contraception who adopt a LARC is $20 million over five years (Botfield et al. 2020).

The low use of LARC in Special Region of Yogyakarta is due to low knowledge, as well as a strong patriarchal culture so that the husband has an important role in making the wife's decision, including in terms of contraceptive use (Kemenkes 2018). Husband's attitudes and support can be a strengthening and encouraging wife in using LARC (KEMENKES RI 2018).

Research that has been conducted by Hastuty and Afiah (2018) on the factors that influence family planning acceptors on the selection of LARC in the Tambang Primary Health Care, Indonesia. in 2018 states that husband's support is an influencing factor in the use of LARC with the results of the Chi-square statistical test obtained a p value < 0.05 is 0.001, while knowledge also has an influence with the result of the p value < 0.05, which is 0.027.

Attitude is a closed response from a person to a certain stimulus or object (Kirani and Windu 2015). Therefore, the husband's knowledge, attitude, and support are needed in the use of LARC. Because good knowledge and encouragement given by the husband, both moral and material, will increase the wife's interest in using LARC. Therefore, the authors are interested in researching the influenced of knowledge, attitudes and support of husbands on the use of LARC in the Special Region of Yogyakarta.

Methods

This study uses quantitative methods with cross-sectional research design. This study uses secondary data from the 2017 Indonesia Demographic and Health Survey (IDHS). The IDHS is part of an international demographic and health survey program, which is designed to collect data on fertility, family planning, and maternal and child health implemented by the Indonesian Central Statistics Agency, Indonesian National Population and Family Planning Board, and the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia. IDHS is carried out every five years, and the last IDHS was held in 2017. The 2017 IDHS involved a sample of 1,970 and 34 provinces including the census block.

This study uses the 2017 IDHS data taking the Special Region of Yogyakarta province as a level of analysis or as a place of research. The population in this study was all fertile couples aged 15–49 years in the Special Region of Yogyakarta province as many as 123 couple. The sample in this study was as many as 71 respondents who had met the inclusion criteria, this criterion refers to the criteria used in the 2017 IDHS, namely fertile age couple who used LARC and non-LARC contraceptives. LARC referred to in this study are IUDs, implants, vasectomy and tubectomy. The exclusion criteria in this study were respondents who used non-modern contraception (Coitus Interrupts and Calendar Method). Data analyzed by multivariate analysis.

The data collection instrument was the 2017 IDHS questionnaire. Data on husband's knowledge were obtained from the husband's ability to answer questionnaire questions about the types of contraceptive methods, namely tubectomy, vasectomy, IUD, injection, implant, pill, condom, diaphragm/intravag, emergency contraception, lactation amenorrhea method, calendar/periodic abstinence, coitus interrupts, and other ways. Husband's attitude was measured by agreeing or disagreeing with statements about: Contraception is a woman's business, women who use contraception can have multiple sexual partners; sterile contraception for men is the same as being castrated, women who can get pregnant so they should be sterilized. Husband's support is known by the husband's answers to questions about decision making by the husband to assist the wife in determining the contraceptive to be used.

In conveying the research results, to produce figures that represent the national and provincial levels, respondents in each province must represent the total sample size in proportion to each province. Therefore, if the population in the province is small, it is likely that the sample will not be sufficient for analysis. Therefore, with a small population it is necessary to exaggerate the sample size to overcome this problem, by weighting it.

This weighting is done to obtain statistical figures that represent Indonesia, so the distribution of respondents needs to be weighed (or adjusted mathematically). Therefore, the researchers carried out the weighting used to adjust the number of respondents from each region by producing a smaller or larger sample size than the unweighted sample at the provincial level.

Results

The results of this study are divided into four parts, namely a description of the characteristics of the respondents, univariable analysis, bivariable analysis, and multivariable analysis. Demographic characteristics of respondents include age, residential area, education level, and wealth quintile which are described in Table 1

Table 1 Frequency distribution of research respondents characteristics in the Special Region of Yogyakarta

Demographic data of respondents in Table 1 showed that age of most respondents is 35–49 years as many as 47 respondents with a percentage (66.20%). Most of the respondents live in urban area as many as 57 respondents (80.28%). Most of respondents have low educational level as many as 53 respondents with a percentage (74.65%), the largest number of respondents is wealth is rich–very rich as much as 45 with a percentage (63.38%). Univariable analysis for each variable in this research is presented in Table 2.

Table 2 The distribution of knowledge, attitudes, and support of the respondents' husbands for the use of LARC in Special Region of Yogyakarta

Based on Table 2, it shows that of the 71 respondents studied who used LARC are 26 respondents with a percentage (36.62%), most of the husband’s knowledge are lack as many as 36 respondents with a percentage (50.70%), most of the husband's attitude did not agree with LARC as many as 60 respondents with a percentage (84.51%), and husbands support their wives as much as 55 respondents with a percentage (77.46%). The bivariable analysis between independent variables (husband’s knowledge, attitude, and support) and dependent variable (use of LARC) is described in Table 3.

Table 3 The relationship between knowledge, attitudes, and support of husbands with the use of LARC

Based on Table 3, it shows that out of 71 respondents who have less knowledge, most of them use LARC as many as 25 respondents with a percentage (69.44), husbands who disagree with LARC as many as 38 respondents with a percentage (63.33), and husbands who do not support wives to use LARC as many as 34 respondents with a percentage (61.82%). The results of statistical tests on the husband's knowledge variable using the Chi-square value obtained p value > 0.05, namely 0.330, which means there is no relationship between husband's knowledge and use of LARC. In the attitude variable, the statistical test results using Chi-square obtained a p value > 0.05, namely 1.00, which means that there is no relationship between husband's attitude and use of LARC, and the husband's support variable obtained a p value > 0.05, namely 0.771 which means there is no the relationship between husband's support and the use of LARC. Multivariable analysis of all variables is described in Table 4.

Table 4 The relationship between knowledge, attitudes, and support of the husband after considering the characteristics of the respondent

Based on Table 4, in this multivariable result, there are unadjusted and adjusted results. The difference is that unadjusted is the result of the odds ratio (OR), and this odds ratio is used to determine the difference in risk in case–control studies. While this adjusted is the result of multivariable categorical data analysis with the binary/binomial dependent variable using multiple logistic regression. The unadjusted results on the knowledge variable found that husbands who had good knowledge were 1.70 times more likely to use LARC contraception than husbands who had less knowledge, but it was not statistically significant. Meanwhile, the adjusted results found that husbands who had good knowledge of 1.78 times to use LARC contraception compared to husbands who had less knowledge were not statistically significant. In the unadjusted attitude variable, it was found that the husband who had an agreed attitude was 0.98 times to use LARC compared to the husband who had a disagreement attitude, which was not statistically significant. In the adjusted results, it is found that husbands who have an agreed attitude of 1.44 times to use LARC are compared to husbands who have a disagreeing attitude, statistically not significant, and in the variable of husband's support, the unadjusted results show that husbands who support their wives are 1.35 times to use LARC compared to husbands who do not support their wives are not statistically significant. In adjusted results, it is found that husbands who support their wives 1.17 times to use LARC than husbands who do not support their wives are statistically insignificant.

Discussion

Husband's knowledge of the use of LARC

The results of the research on statistical test analysis showed that the p value = 0.330, and this indicates that there is no relationship between the husband's knowledge and the use of LARC in the Special Region of Yogyakarta. Then from 36 respondents who had less knowledge, most of them used LARC as many as 25 respondents with a percentage (69.44). The closeness analysis of the two variables obtained an OR value of 1.70 (95% CI = 0.57–5.08), meaning that respondents with good knowledge had 1.70 times the chance to use LARC compared to husbands who had less knowledge.

Knowledge in this study is knowledge possessed by husbands related to contraception, namely the benefits of various contraceptives, side effects, and effectiveness of contraceptives. The results of this study are in line with research conducted by Nurlilis and Winda (2016) on the effect of the desire of fertile age couples in the use of LARC, with the results that some respondents have good knowledge, non-LARC is lacking, showing p value = 0.702 which means there is no relationship meaningful between the level of knowledge and the use of LARC. In theory, knowledge is a very important domain for the formation of one's behavior. If a person's behavior change is based on knowledge, the behavior is expected to last a long time and be permanent (Nurul and Nurhabibah 2018). This theory implies that the level of knowledge is not always in line with behavior (providing behavior change), because behavior changes itself require a long learning process.

According to the researcher's analysis, based on the results at the level of education, it shows that most of the respondents have a low education of 74.65%, so it greatly affects the respondent's knowledge because someone's knowledge can influence the decision-making process and behavior changes to accept something new such as the use of contraception. In theory, education is an effort of persuasion or learning to people to take actions in overcoming problems and improve their health. This change in health care is generated by education based on knowledge and awareness through the learning process (Nurul and Nurhabibah 2018). This theory implies that if the resulting education is low, knowledge will also be low so that it cannot provide behavior change in improving and overcoming health problems, in this case the behavior of using LARC.

One way to increase knowledge is health education. Previous research (Nurul and Nurhabibah 2018) states that someone's knowledge is the result of knowing, which occurs from the result of sensing a certain object. One persistent barrier is misinformation about the safety and availability of LARC, especially for teens (Aligne et al. 2020).

Misinformation on husband also plays a key factor for not using contraception (Herbert 2015), but this was not shown to be significant in this study. It is possible that in addition to misinformation on husbands, there are other factors that also influence the choice of contraception, namely husband dominance in decision-making, and opposition opinions between husband and wife (Herbert 2015). Therefore, it is necessary for health workers, especially to provide counseling to husbands, not only to wives, so that public knowledge can be broad.

Husband's attitude towards using LARC

The results of the statistical test analysis obtained p value > 0.05, namely 1,000, which means there is no relationship between husband's attitude and use of LARC. The closeness analysis of the two variables obtained an OR value of 0.98 [0.18–4.41] meaning that respondents with an agreeable attitude were 0.98 times to use LARC contraception compared to husbands who agreed, and in the adjusted results it was found that husbands who had an agreed attitude had 1.44 times the chance to use LARC. It was statistically not significant compared to husbands who disagree.

Based on the results of previous research, most of the respondents had a good attitude and chose non-hormonal LARC, namely 55.69% because most respondents in this study had a good attitude due to positive respondents' trust, but if the respondents' trust was negative, it could cause negative attitude too. The Chi-square test value was p = 0.027, which means that there is a relationship between attitude and non-hormonal LARC selection. The OR results obtained a value of 2.041, which means that respondents with a good attitude 2.041 times to choose non-hormonal LARC were compared with respondents who had a bad attitude (Nurlilis and Winda 2016).

In theory, attitude is a person's closed response to certain objects, which involves opinion factors (agree–disagree, good–bad, and so on) (Nurul and Nurhabibah 2018).The meaning of this theory is that the husband's participation is needed both in the form of a response that involves opinion factors that can help the wife in choosing the contraceptive method to be used. The results of research conducted by Nurul (2016) show that the husband's attitude can be influenced by education, occupation, age, and sources of information. Based on the theory (Syarifah 2016), the level of education determines the family planning pattern and the basis for contraceptive use. Therefore, if education is low, knowledge will also be narrow so that the husband's attitude in participating in determining family planning decreases. The results of this study indicate that the majority level of respondent education is in a low level of education of 74.65%, and this is very influential on the husband's attitude in responding to giving an opinion in helping his wife to determine which contraception to use.

In the form of patriarchal society, on the previous research (Mattebo et al. 2016) it shows that traditionally, the man is in charge on making decisions regarding to family planning. However, women are not autonomous. On several occasions, a woman may be disagree with the husband attitude towards family planning and denied the use of contraceptives by her husband. This can happen because of the women empowerment. More empowered women who more able to make household decision based on her own and joint household decisions with husband are more likely to use either short-term or LARC methods rather than not using contraception at all (Ings 2017).

Husband's support with the use of LARC

Husband support in family planning is a characteristic given during an ongoing relationship with his wife, such as the participation of men in supporting their wives to participate in the family planning program, not only taking their wives to health services or simply facilitating with financial materials but also accompanying their wives during installation contraception and family planning counseling (Sumartini and Indriani 2016).

The results of the statistical test analysis showed that the p value = 0.26, and this indicates that there is no relationship between husband's support and the use of LARC in the Province of Yogyakarta Special Region. The closeness analysis of the two variables obtained an OR value of 1.35 [0.36–5.68] meaning that respondents who supported their wives were 1.35 times more likely to use LARC compared to husbands who did not support their wives, and in the adjusted results it was found that husbands who supported their wives had 1.17 times chance to use LARC compared husbands who do not support their wives are not statistically significant.

Husband's support is very important to encourage wife's interest in family planning. Therefore, wives should get comfort in using contraception which is obtained from family support, especially from husbands. The husband is the holder of power in the family in making decisions for the wife in family planning. Husband does not support because of low knowledge. The results of this study indicate that the majority of husbands have low knowledge as many as 25 respondents with a percentage (69.44) due to the lack of support from their husbands and less participation of husbands in family planning, unwilling to take their wives to health service and low economic conditions so they are unable meet in terms of financial material such as money. However, some of the husbands who have low knowledge do participate in family planning, by taking advantage of various free programs provided by the government to regulate the number of children (Sri et al. 2016).

This study is in line with research conducted by Notostmodjo (2010). The results of the Chi-square test obtained a value of = 0.835, indicating that there is no relationship between husband's support and the selection of non-hormonal LARC. This study explains that the husband's perception of LARC on family planning knowledge is still wrong, with the results of the interview about the complaints of side effects felt by the wife in using LARC which is now considered normal; when the wife uses the IUD, then vaginal discharge occurs, and the husband thinks that the discharge occurs because it is caused by a side effect of the IUD, even though the relationship is related to cleanliness, not a side effect of the IUD and some say that when his wife uses the IUD, when having sex, the husband's reproductive organ (penis) feels like being pricked by a needle. From the results of the interview, it was found that most husbands did not get information about LARC, which led to low knowledge and advised their wives not to use LARC. Therefore, health workers can provide counseling to husbands to increase knowledge so that husbands can improve communication with wives through exchanging information with each other and can provide support to wives and that this counseling can increase husbands' knowledge about family planning.

This study shows that husband is not significantly involved in the selection of LARC. Based on previous studies (Bharadwaj et al. 2012), three important factors on choosing a contraceptive methods are high efficacy, availability of protection against sexual transmitted disease, and non-interference with sex activity. In the other hands, the possibility of altering the menstrual pattern, and reversibility were not considered important. Therefore, it is very possible that husband is not an important factor in choosing contraception.

Conclusions

There is no relationship between the husband's knowledge, attitude, and support with the use of LARC in the Special Region of Yogyakarta. Even though in a patriarchal culture, husbands do not play a major role in contraceptive choices because of the presence of women empowerment and misinformation about contraceptive method itself, it is hoped that husbands and wives can improve good communication in determining contraceptives to use and gain broader insight into contraceptive methods by regularly attending health education events and conducting counseling with health workers who will be used by their wives and can provide full support to their wives to encourage the wife's interest in family planning. It is hoped that health workers can provide counseling on various contraceptives with the target not only of wives but also to husbands, so that the husband's knowledge can increase and can encourage the husband's participation to support his wife in family planning.

Availability of data and materials

The datasets used and/or analyzed during the current study are available from the corresponding author on reasonable request.

Abbreviations

CPR:

Contraceptive prevalence rate

IDHS:

Indonesia Demographic and Health Survey

IUD:

Intrauterine device

LARC:

Long-acting reversible contraceptives

OR:

Odds ratio

TFR:

Total fertility rate

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Researchers would like to thank to the National Population and Family Planning Board representatives of Special Region of Yogyakarta for the data provided.

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FPU, EG, DS, RM contributed to study concept and design. FPU, EG, DS, RM contributed to acquisition. DS and BPS contributed to statistical analysis. All authors analyzed and interpreted the data. BPS contributed to technical support. FPU drafted the manuscript. FPU and EG revised the manuscript. All authors read and approved the final manuscript.

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Utami, F.P., Gustina, E., Sulistiawan, D. et al. Husband’s influence in the use of long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) method in Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Bull Natl Res Cent 46, 89 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1186/s42269-022-00771-7

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