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Final Exam Study Guide Spring 2011 Contraception and Safer Sex a. Compare and contrast use and effectiveness of the various contraceptive  methods  -top 3 1.female sterilization 2. birth control pills 3. male condom -Mirena-insert into Uterus, left for 5-7 years, effective 99.9% of time -Patch-wear patch for three weeks, one week patch free, effective 92% -pills(combined oral contraceptives)-one pill same time everyday, 92%  effective -progestin only pills-one pill same time everyday, 92% effective -nuvaring-wear for 21-28 days, no ring for 0-7 days, 92% effective -spermicides-place in vagina prior to sexual contact, 71-87% effective -male sterilization-removes and ties or burns part of vas deferens, 99.85%  effective -female sterilization-removes, ties, or burns or blocks off part of fallopian tube,  96.3-99.2% effective -withdrawal- withdraw penis from vagina before ejaculation, 73% effective b. Identify the risks associated with various sexual behaviors and how to  make them safer -STD’s-monogamous relationships, condom use, avoidance of traumatic sex,  genital self evaluation -pregnancy-abstinence c. Identify methods and techniques to negotiate safer sex practices
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