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Question 80.67 / 1 ptsA 15-year-old female who participates in high school track and gymnastics is experiencing amenorrhea after having eight normal periods. A pregnancy test is negative. What may be included in management of this patient’s amenorrhea to restore normal periods? (Select all that apply.)Correct!Calcium and vitamin D supplementationClomiphene administrationCombination oral contraceptivesCorrect!Dietician consultationEstriol therapy
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An adolescent female reports crampy pelvic pain radiating to the back, sacrum, and inner thighs during the first 2 days of each menstrual period, associated with nausea and loose tools. She asks about what causes these symptoms. What will the provider tell her?Correct AnswerExcess prostaglandins, vasopressin will cause these symptomsMechanical cervical obstruction or severe uterine flexion are likely causesNulliparity and her young age are correlated with these symptomsYou AnsweredThe most likely cause at her age is anovulatory menstrual cyclesQuestion 100 / 1 ptsA postmenopausal woman reports unilateral breast pain that she describes as sharp and burning and localized to one area. A breast examination revealsno dimpling, discharge, or masses. Which diagnostic test will the provider order?Correct AnswerBilateral mammographyFocused ultrasoundYou AnsweredHormone levelsNeedle biopsySkip To ContentQuestion 10 / 0 pts
A pregnant woman reports not having had any vaccinations as a child but requests vaccines during her pregnancy. Which vaccines may be given? (Select all that apply.)Correct!Inactivated influenzaMMRCorrect AnswerHPVCorrect!TdapVaricellaLive, attenuated influenzaQuestion 20 / 0 ptsA pregnant woman who is overweight has no previous history of hypertension or diabetes. Her initial screening exam reveals a blood pressureof 140/90 and a fasting blood glucose of 128 mg/dL. What will the practitioner do?Initiate insulin therapyPrescribe an antihypertensive medicationCorrect!Monitor blood pressure and fasting blood glucose closelyRefer the patient to a high-risk pregnancy specialist
Question 30 / 0 ptsA woman who is taking oral contraceptive pills (OCPs) to prevent pregnancy calls the provider to report forgetting to take the pills for 4 days. She has not had sexual intercourse during that time. What will the provider recommend?Stop the OCP, use an alternative method, and resume OCPs at the next cycleUse a morning after pill today and resume the OCPs nowCorrect!Resume the pills and use a backup method the remainder of the cycleTake 2 pills daily for 4 days and use an alternative method for 4 daysQuestion 40 / 0 ptsA woman who is currently pregnant reports that she has had three previous pregnancies: twins delivered at 35 weeks gestation (both living), one at 38 weeks gestation (living), and one miscarriage at 16 weeks gestation. How will this be recorded as her G/TPAL in her electronic medical record?

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