Sexually transmitted disease is a disease that is transmitted mainly through sexual intercourse. Sexually transmitted diseases have a negative impact on the pregnant mother which can lead to abortion, obstructed labor prematurus, defective fetus/infant ti fetal death. The study was descriptive cross-sectional survey design, which aims 10 know the description of knowledge, education, income pregnant women towards prevention of sexually transmitted diseases in obstetrics and gynecology dr. Zainoel Abidin Banda Aceh. Sampling was done by accidental sampling 10 the total sample of 42 people. The Result, effort to prevent sexually transmitted disease in pregnant women is less well callsified, the level of knowledge of pregnant women classified as poor. maternal education level is dominated by secondary education, income level pregnant women considered lessworthy, Pregnant women who are both knowledgeable, well educated and decentincomes tend to have a good sexually transmitted disease prevention efforts. Based on research that has been done 10 the party expected to dr. Zainoel Abidin Banda Aceh to provide counseling about sexually transmitted disease, especially in pregnant women.
Key Words: Prevention, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Pregnant Women