HLTH 1100 chapter 6

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Which of the following is NOT an example of a barrier method of birth control?

Oral contraceptives

Which of the following is NOT true about the FemCap cervical cap?

It must be kept in place at least 12 hours after intercourse.

Which of the following is true about sterilization?

Sterilization is a permanent form of birth control achieved through surgical means.

The difference between medical and surgical abortions is that

medical abortions are performed without entering the uterus.

During her pregnancy, Emily should avoid all of the following EXCEPT


The transition stage of birth is characterized by

the baby’s head moving into the birth canal.

Which of the following is NOT true about male infertility?

Male infertility problems account for only 10 percent of infertility cases.


can identify genetic abnormalities present in the fetus.

Outercourse is 100 percent effective against STIs.


Breast-fed infants

have a decreased incidence of illness.

Fertility is a person’s ability to


The typical use failure rate for a contraception method takes into account which of the following?

Human error

Which of the following is NOT true about male condoms?

They can be used with baby oil and body lotion as lubricants.

Which one of the following lubricants is safe to use with a condom?

Water-based lubricant

The first widely used form of birth control used by women was

the diaphragm.


create a physical and chemical barrier to sperm.

A primary advantage of the contraceptive sponge is that

it does not require a fitting from a doctor.

Oral contraceptive pills are

up to 99 percent effective at preventing pregnancy if used correctly.

Many men are reluctant to have a vasectomy because of the

fear of decreased sexual performance.


offers long-term protection from pregnancy.

Which of the following is true about emergency contraceptive pills?

They are 95 percent effective if taken 2 to 5 days after unprotected intercourse

Fertility awareness methods of birth control include all of the following EXCEPT


A rise in a woman’s basal body temperature signals

that ovulation has occurred.

Preconception health involves all of the following EXCEPT

avoiding food containing folic acid.

Which of the following is true about teratogenic effects?

These effects can be caused by environmental chemical exposure.

Jade is pregnant. During a regular medical check-up, her physician discusses alcohol consumption. The physician will likely advise that she

abstain from alcohol during pregnancy.

A false negative pregnancy test may result from

taking the pregnancy test too early in the pregnanc

A birth defect that occurs more frequently in babies born to mothers over the age of 35 is

Down’s syndrome.

A fetus is the term used to describe an embryo as of

the third month of pregnancy.

Cesarean sections are performed for all of the following reasons EXCEPT

if the baby is about to exit the uterus head first

Which of the following circumstances can cause a miscarriage?

Maternal infection or hormone imbalance

The most common cause of female infertility in the United States is


Fertility drugs

increase the chances of multiple births.

To reduce the risk of her child having spina bifida, a pregnant woman should consume an adequate amount of which nutrient?

Folic acid

The relatively ineffective method of birth control, known as coitus interruptus, is the

withdrawal method.

Diaphragms can typically be purchased over the counter wherever condoms are sold.


All spermicides are effective in preventing sexually transmitted infections.


Sterilization has become the leading method of contraception for women of all ages.


One advantage of the female condom is that it can be used multiple times.


Male infertility problems account for around 35 percent of infertility cases.


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