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1
The ovaries of an average woman will release approximately how many eggs in her lifetime?
A)200
B)400
C)600
D)800
2
Approximately how many sperm are produced in each ejaculate?
A)tens
B)hundreds
C)thousands
D)millions
3
The percentage of women using a particular contraceptive method who experience an unintended pregnancy in the first year of use defines the
A)continuation rate
B)contraceptive effectiveness rate
C)contraceptive failure rate
D)perfect use failure rate
4
The minipill
A)contains both estrogen and synthetic progesterone.
B)has fewer side effects than the combination pill.
C)has higher health risks than the combination pill.
D)has lower risk of pregnancy and irregular bleeding than the combination pill.
5
The vaginal contraceptive ring
A)has not yet been approved by the FDA
B)is a barrier method of contraception
C)offers one month of contraceptive protection
D)requires fitting by a clinician.
6
Which statement about IUDs is most accurate?
A)Researchers are unsure exactly how the IUD prevents pregnancy.
B)The IUD causes a spontaneous abortion due to high levels of hormones.
C)The IUD creates a sperm barrier within the uterus.
D)The IUD prevents ovulation.
7
Which of the following statements is inaccurate regarding the effectiveness of the male condom?
A)Breakage is more common among inexperienced users of the condom.
B)Pregnancies can occur because the condom is carelessly removed after ejaculation.
C)Most condoms are not affected by heat when stored in a wallet or glove compartment.
D)The condom's effects are immediately and completely reversible.
8
The female condom
A)can be inserted up to 8 hours before intercourse.
B)is as popular as the male condom.
C)is more effective than the male condom in STD prevention.
D)should be used with a male condom.
9
The diaphragm
A)can be inserted up to 12 hours before intercourse
B)must always be used with a spermicide
C)must be left in place for at least 4 hours after intercourse
D)offers protection against all major STDs.
10
The most effective vaginal spermicide when used by itself is
A)cream.
B)foam.
C)jelly.
D)petroleum jelly.
11
Depo-Provera is
A)a brand name for the vaginal contraceptive ring.
B)a type of an IUD.
C)a type of oral contraceptive.
D)an injectable contraceptive.
12
Surgical removal of the uterus is called
A)hysterectomy.
B)laparoscopy.
C)uterine sterilization
D)uterinectomy.
13
Present methods of male sterilization are reversible about
A)5% of the time.
B)25% of the time.
C)50% of the time.
D)95% of the time
14
Which statement regarding tubal sterilization is true?
A)Ovulation does not occur after a tubal sterilization.
B)Since a tubal sterilization requires invasive surgery, an overnight stay in the hospital is necessary.
C)Tubal sterilization can occur shortly after a vaginal delivery or during a cesarean section.
D)Tubal sterilization works primarily by preventing implantation of the fertilized egg into the uterine wall.
15
A vasectomy involves severing the
A)seminal vesicles.
B)scrotum.
C)testes.
D)vasa deferentia.







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