EFFECT OF LIFESTYLE ON EARLY DETECTION OF CERAMIC CANCER IN FERTILIZER AGE WOMEN IN PALLANGGA HEALTH CENTER WORKING AREA GOWA DISTRICT
Background: Lifestyle is a way for every individual to spend their time that is considered important in their life in women of childbearing age must focus more on paying attention to health, especially in the reproductive system because in this period women span problems such as cervical cancer due to the presence of primary malignant neoplasms in the cervical area of the uterus so that supervision and examination need to be done as early as possible. Objective: The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of lifestyle on early detection of cervical cancer in women of childbearing age. Method: this research held from February to March 2017 with analytical descriptive methods. The population was 42 people using the Accidental Sampling technique as many as 30 respondents. Results: showed that there was an influence between lifestyle on early detection of cervical cancer using the TTest 1.625> 1.291. Conclusion: There is a lifestyle influence on early detection of cervical cancer in women of childbearing age in the pallangga puskesmas work area of Gowa district. In order to detect cervical cancer as early as possible by improving lifestyle.