Menstrual Painfull (Dysmenorrhea) on Learning Activities Adolescent at Junior High School 35 Batu Aji Batam City


  • Sarmauli Franshisca Sihombing Universitas Batam
  • Yenni Aryaneta Universitas Batam
  • Mariyana Universitas Batam
  • Helga Ferdilla Universitas Batam


Dysmenorrhea is a gynecological complaint due to the persistence of the hormone progesterone in the blood, causing pain. This study purpose to determine whether there is a relationship between menstrual pain and learning activities in adolescents at SMPN 35 Batu Aji in 2021. The research method uses an analytic observational method with a cross sectional approach. The population taken was young women at SMPN 35 Batu Aji 2021 with a total sample of 57 people. Sampling with purposive sampling technique. The research sample collection technique used a questionnaire, from 57 respondents, 38 people (66.7%) experienced menstrual pain, 27 of whom had learning activities disrupted. The conclusion of this study states that the two variables have a significant effect. Data analysis using chi square, the results of this study indicate that there is a relationship between menstrual pain (dysmenorrhoea) and learning activities, obtained p value = 0.000 (<0.005). It is suggested to teachers to pay special attention to students who experience menstrual pain (dysmenorrhoea) by making regular contact between parents and teachers in dealing with the effects of menstrual pain.