Purpose: This study aims to identify the relationship between sociodemographic and obstetric factors with the use of the internet by women as a source of information about pregnancy, childbirth, and baby care.
Method: This cross-sectional study involved 185 women who had babies aged 0-3 months. Data were collected in August and September 2018. Data were collected by interviews using questionnaires. Data analysis was conducted by chi-square and logistic regression
Results: The age factor (p = 0.255), education (p = 0.071), occupation (p = 0.100), income (p = 0.077) and parity (p = 0.380) were not related to the use of the internet. The factor of service provider is significantly related to internet usage (p = 0.031).
Conclusion: The use of the internet by women in Bali to search information about pregnancy, childbirth, and baby care is not related to most sociodemographic and obstetric characteristics. The results of this study could be taken into consideration by health practitioners to create innovative programs in the field of maternal and child health services.