teaguebrf2_tb_ch13 - Chapter 13 Reproductive Choices:...

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Chapter 13 Reproductive Choices: Contraception, Pregnancy, and Childbirth Multiple Choice Questions 1. Barrier methods of contraception include all of the following, EXCEPT for A. a diaphragm. B. a vaginal ring. C. spermicide. D. a female condom. Answer: B Page(s): 272 Objective(s): 1 2. Which of the following statements about barrier methods of contraception is FALSE? A. Spermicides should be used with a diaphragm or a cervical cap. B. A woman must be fitted for the correctly sized diaphragm. C. The contraceptive sponge reduces the rate of sexually transmitted disease transmission. D. Male condoms decrease the rate of sexually transmitted disease transmission. Answer: C Page(s): 275 Objective(s): 1 3. Of the following contraceptive methods, which is NOT a hormonal method? A. post-coital contraception B. vaginal ring C. injectable contraceptive D. vasectomy Answer: D Page(s): 270 Objective(s): 1 4. Which of the following is NOT one of the potential complications associated with taking oral contraceptives? A. heart attack B. seizure C. stroke D. blood clots
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Answer: B Page(s): 271 Objective(s): 1 5. Which of the following statements regarding emergency contraceptives is FALSE? A. Emergency contraceptives are used within 48 to 72 hours of unprotected sex. B. Emergency contraceptives are considered abortogenic agents. C. Emergency contraceptives reduce the chance that an ovum will be fertilized. D. Some pharmacies distribute emergency contraceptives without a physician’s order. Answer: B Page(s): 277 Objective(s): 1 6. Which of the following statements about intrauterine devices (IUDs) is TRUE? A. IUDs provide a permanent, irreversible form of contraception for women. B. IUDs are highly effective at preventing pregnancy and require little maintenance after they are in place. C. An IUD can be purchased from a pharmacy and placed by a woman prior to intercourse. D. Spermicide should be used with an IUD. Answer: B Page(s): 276 Objective(s): 1 7. Ovulation typically occurs ________ days before the menstrual period begins. A. 7 B. 10 C. 14 D. 20 Answer: C Page(s): 276 Objective(s): 1
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8. Which of the following statements about the fertility awareness method is FALSE? A. The method requires the use of abstinence or barrier methods for part of the month. B. A woman’s temperature increases approximately 0.5 degrees Fahrenheit with ovulation. C. The amount and consistency of a woman’s cervical mucus changes with ovulation. D. The method is effective for any woman if she watches her body’s signs. Answer: D Page(s): 276-277 Objective(s): 1 9. If a man and his partner decide they do not want any children in the future, he may consider having which procedure for permanent sterilization? A.
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teaguebrf2_tb_ch13 - Chapter 13 Reproductive Choices:...

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