Reproductive health problems faced by women at this time is the increased infection of the reproductive organs, which ultimately lead to cancer, one cervical cancer that causes death No. 2 in women. The general objective of this study is to describe the factors predisposing women with cervical cancer in hospitals Ansari Saleh Year 2016.
The research design used in this research is descriptive research that is the type of research conducted on the variables examined without making comparisons or connect other variables.
The population in this study were all women who undergo cervical cancer in hospitals Ansari Saleh 2016 which amounted to 152 and the number of samples of 86 people. The end result of this research is a predisposing factor for women with cervical cancer by the age of first sexual intercourse is obtained more than half of respondents had sexual intercourse <20 years, predisposing women with cervical cancer based on the history of marriage obtained more than half of the respondents were married> 2 times, a factor predisposing women with cervical cancer based on parity obtained more than half of the respondents had children> 3, predisposing women with cervical cancer based contraceptives obtained less than half use contraceptives mechanical and hormonal contraceptive and a small portion contraceptive use natural, predisposing women with cervical cancer based smoke obtained more than half of the respondents smoke and a small portion of respondents did not smoke.
Expected health workers can identify the incidence of cervical cancer by predisposing the mother so that cervical cancer can be prevented with cervical cancer can be prevented by providing care in accordance with predisposing factors.