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October 19, 2018 - Welcome Guest!

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Safe Sex Challenge

Please read each question carefully and select the correct answer by clicking on the corresponding button. The answer key will be provided after the quiz is scored. Streeeetch that mind!

1.

Most condoms sold in North America are made from:

Latex rubber
Polyurethane
Lambskin
Nylon
Canvas
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2.

Lambskin condoms can provide excellent protection against HIV.

True
False
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3.

Which of the following statements about spermicides is NOT true?

Nonoxynol-9, the main ingredient in most spermicides, can provide some protection against many STD's (sexually transmitted diseases) including HIV.
Spermicide should be inserted close to the cervix within 30 minutes of intercourse.
It is not necessary to use a new spermicidal application for each act of intercourse.
Spermicides are not very effective in preventing pregnancy and should be combined with a condom.
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4.

Which of the following statements about the MAP (morning after pill) is NOT correct?

The MAP should be used only in emergency situations and should not be relied upon on a regular basis
The MAP provides a short, powerful burst of hormones that may prevent pregnancy by temporarily arresting egg development, fertilization, or by stopping an egg from becoming implanted in the uterus.
It is fairly common to experience side effects of nausea or vomiting after taking MAP.
MAP is perfectly safe for an unborn fetus if you happen to be pregnant from intercourse previous to the current 3 days.
MAP must be taken within 72 hours of unprotected intercourse in order to be effective
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5.

The birth control pill works mainly by preventing ovulation.

True
False
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6.

Combination birth control pills contain which two hormones?

Adrenaline and estrogen
Estrogen and progesterone
Testosterone and progesterone
Prolactin and testosterone
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7.

Some antibiotics can alter the effectiveness of birth control pills.

True
False
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8.

How is it suspected that the IUD (intrauterine device) works to prevent pregnancy?

It blocks sperm from passing through the cervix
The small amount of copper added to some of the devices kills sperm on contact
In a variety of ways, the IUD prevents implantation of the egg in the uterus
Within 3 months, the IUD changes hormone levels, which inhibits the ovaries and oviducts from functioning normally.
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9.

There are no possible serious side effects associated with IUD.

True
False
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10.

How does a diaphragm work to prevent pregnancy?

It blocks sperm from passing through the cervix
The plastic from which diaphragms are made kills sperm on contact
In a variety of ways the diaphragm prevents implantation of the egg in the uterus
Keeping a diaphragm inserted changes hormonal levels, which inhibits the ovaries and oviducts from functioning normally
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11.

In order to be highly effective the diaphragm must be used with a spermicidal cream or jelly.

True
False
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12.

The contraceptive sponge is 98% effective in preventing pregnancy.

True
False
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13.

Douching, or flushing out the inside of the vagina with liquid, can be an effective form of birth control if done within 8 hours of unprotected intercourse.

True
False
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14.

Which of the following forms of contraception is most effective in preventing pregnancy?

Rhythm method
Condom
Withdrawal
Diaphragm with cream or jelly
Combined birth control pills
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15.

What is a pessary?

A sheath of lambskin worn over the penis to prevent pregnancy
A device worn in the vagina to prevent pregnancy
A calendar by which a woman can track ovulation
Any substance that, when ingested, is believed to prevent pregnancy
An aphrodisiac
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16.

Which of the following statements about the history of contraceptives is NOT true?

Queen Anne's Lace (or wild carrot) has been used as birth control for the past 2,000 years. Recently, scientists have discovered that in female mice, this plant blocks the production of progesterone and inhibits fetal and ovarian growth.
A document dated 1850 BC mentions a pessary of crocodile feces and fermented dough.
Condoms have been used for centuries, and have been made from many materials including snakeskin, linen, and lambskin.
Birth control pills that were 50% effective were introduced to North America by Marie-Antoinette (wife of Louis XVI) in 1790. The modern pill was refined in the 1930's.
Margaret Sanger was a crusader for birth control in the U.S.A., and in 1916 served one jail sentence for opening a birth control clinic in Brooklyn, N.Y.
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