Purpose: This study aimed to understand the relationship between perceptions of decreased sexual dysfunction in DMPA acceptors.
Research methodology: Using cross-sectional methods, a population woman of 600 people and a sample of 86 people, aged 15 to 49 samples taken years, sampling using accidental sampling, measuring instruments used in the form of a questionnaire, while the measurement method by interview.
Results: Women who have perception 68, 6%, do not have perception 31.4%. Older women 37.2%, young 62.8%, long-married women 55.8% recently married 44.2%, women aged> 20 years as much as 43%, ≤ 20 years 57%, women have babies 65.1%, do not have 34.9%, women who have higher education 76.7%, low education 23.3%, women who work 40.7% and do not work 59.3%. The results of the bivariate analysis of the related variables were the length of marriage (p = 0.033) and education (p = 0.020).
Limitation: The research was limited to KB acceptor at The Sahabat Keluarga Medical Center in The Way Galih Village, Tanjung Bintang.
Contribution: The results of the study are useful for health workers and KB extension workers to determine priority target groups of acceptors who need to be given an education.
Keywords: Perception, Female sexual dysfunction