Sexual Humanities Final

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  1. Efforts to control conception began:
    A. at the beginning of this century.
    B. during the Renaissance.
    C. at least as far back as recorded history.
    D. in the Middle Ages.
    C. at least as far back as recorded history.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. Oral contraceptives were first available in this country:
    a. at the turn of the century.
    b. in 1945.
    c. in 1960.
    d. in 1920.
    c. in 1960.
  3. In 1972, the Supreme Court case ________ extended the right to privacy
    to unmarried individuals by decriminalizing the use of contraception by
    single people.
    a. Eisenstadt v. Baird
    b. Griswold v. Connecticut
    c. Roe v. Wade
    d. Sanger v. Comstock
    a. Eisenstadt v. Baird
  4. Birth control is suggested to have all but which of the following
    advantages?
    A. It results in better health for children.
    B. It results in better health for mothers.
    C. It delays menopause.
    D. It may help avoid giving birth to children
    with hereditary diseases.
    C. It delays menopause.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. MOST practicing Catholics in the United
    States are:
    a. likely to use some kind of artificial
    contraception.
    b. twice as likely as non-Catholics to use
    contraception.
    c. much less likely to use contraception than
    Protestants.
    d. likely to abstain from contraceptive use.
    • a. likely to use some kind of artificial
    • contraception.
  6. Anti-contraceptive religious groups view
    contraception as a slippery slope toward:
    A. abortion.
    B. increased unwanted pregnancy.
    C. decreasing abortion rates.
    D. infanticide.
    A. abortion.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. Accompanying your partner to a medical exam
    for birth control is an example of:
    A. shared responsibility.
    B. policing your partner.
    C. participant modeling.
    D. the buddy system.
    A. shared responsibility.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. Which of the following is NOT a
    circumstance under which a couple may want to use a back-up method of
    contraception?
    a. The first through third months of changing to
    a new method.
    b. When the couple wants to increase the effectiveness of a method they're already using.
    c. During the first cycle of the pill.
    d. When first learning to use a new method.
    • a. The first through third months of changing to
    • a new method.
  9. Even when used correctly, which of the
    following is the LEAST effective birth control method?
    A. diaphragm and spermicide
    B. estrogen-progestin pills
    C. Depo-Provera
    D. male condom
    A. diaphragm and spermicide
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. Research has indicated that individuals who
    ________ about sex are likely to use contraception ineffectively.
    A. are apathetic
    B. are phobic
    C. feel anxious
    D. feel guilty
    D. feel guilty
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. Which of the following statements regarding
    outercourse is FALSE?
    a. Anal intercourse is a form of it.
    b. It can be a viable form of birth control.
    c. Oral sex is a form of it.
    d. It is safe sex, in that you cannot contract
    or transmit a sexually transmitted disease.
    • d. It is safe sex, in that you cannot contract
    • or transmit a sexually transmitted disease.
  12. Hormone-based contraceptives can work in
    all of the following ways EXCEPT:
    a. inhibiting ovulation.
    b. constricting the fallopian tubes to block
    passage of the fertilized egg.
    c. altering cervical mucus so the passage of
    sperm is blocked.
    d. preventing the fertilized egg from implanting
    in the uterus.
    • b. constricting the fallopian tubes to block
    • passage of the fertilized egg.
  13. ________ provides fluctuations of estrogen
    and progesterone levels during the cycle.
    A. The triphasic pill
    B. Depo-Provera
    C. The progestin-only pill
    D. The combination pill
    A. The triphasic pill
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. All of the following are advantages of
    taking oral contraceptives EXCEPT:
    a. decreasing the possibility of benign breast
    disease.
    b. decreasing acne.
    c. reducing the possibility of hypertension.
    d. reducing menstrual cramps.
    c. reducing the possibility of hypertension.
  15. For women over the age of 35 who smoke, the
    ________ outweigh the ________ of oral contraceptives.
    A. benefits; cost
    B. cost; benefits
    C. benefits; risks
    D. risks; benefits
    D. risks; benefits
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. When using the transdermal patch, which of
    the following techniques for use is CORRECT?
    a. It must be applied six hours before sex and
    left in place for 12 hours after sex.
    b. It should be inserted into the vagina and
    left in place for 30 days.
    c. A woman replaces the old patch with a new one
    on the same day each week for three weeks, then takes a seven-day patch
    free week.
    d. It is inserted under the skin, below the
    armpit.
    • c. A woman replaces the old patch with a new one
    • on the same day each week for three weeks, then takes a seven-day patch
    • free week.
  17. Which of the following statements regarding
    condoms is FALSE?
    a. Nonlubricated condoms can be used for
    protection from infection during fellatio.
    b. Vegetable oil is a good alternative lubricant
    if water-based lubricant is not available.
    c. For some men, the diminished sensation
    associated with condom use is preferred because it delays ejaculation.
    d. Some people are allergic to latex condoms.
    • b. Vegetable oil is a good alternative lubricant
    • if water-based lubricant is not available.
  18. In order to correctly use condoms to
    prevent pregnancy:
    a. the condom must be held at the base of the
    penis as it is withdrawn from the vagina.
    b. the condom must be used before the penis has
    contact with the vulva.
    c. all of these.
    d. water-based lubricants should be used.
    c. all of these.
  19. Which of the following may increase the
    incidence of yeast infections and urinary tract infections?
    A. vaginal spermicides
    B. lubricated condoms
    C. Depo-Provera
    D. norplant
    A. vaginal spermicides
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  20. A woman may insert a diaphragm as long as
    ________ prior to intercourse and have it still be effective.
    A. one hour
    B. six hours
    C. three hours
    D. one-half hour
    B. six hours
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. A woman would have to be fitted for all of
    these cervical barrier devices EXCEPT:
    A. Leah's Shield.
    B. vaginal foam.
    C. cervical cap.
    D. diaphragm.
    B. vaginal foam.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  22. Which of the following statements regarding
    intrauterine devices is TRUE?
    a. They work by inhibiting ovulation.
    b. They are more effective than using a
    diaphragm.
    c. Some types can reduce PID by clearing out the
    area.
    d. They increase the chances of ovarian cancer.
    • b. They are more effective than using a
    • diaphragm.
  23. One form of emergency contraceptive
    includes giving larger than normal doses of:
    A. androgens and estrogens.
    B. estrogens and/or progestins.
    C. antibiotics.
    D. prostaglandins.
    B. estrogens and/or progestins.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  24. ________ is the MOST effective method of
    birth control EXCEPT abstinence.
    A. The IUD
    B. Sterilization
    C. The pill
    D. The condom
    B. Sterilization
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. Ernest confides to Tim that he is scheduled
    to have a vasovasostomy. Ernest:










    a. should be advised of the side effects of this
    surgery related to potential birth defects.
    b. is a volunteer participating in male
    contraceptive research.
    c. is having a tube implanted in his scrotum to
    increase fertility.
    d. is having a vasectomy reversed.
    d. is having a vasectomy reversed.
  26. In ancient Egypt women placed dried
    crocodile dung next to the cervix to prevent conception.

    True

    False
    True
  27. According to one study, Catholic women in
    the U.S. are much more likely to use birth control than non-Catholic
    womem.

    True

    False
    False
  28. Oral and anal sex are types of
    "outercourse".

    True

    False
    True
  29. The progestin-only birth control pill works
    by inhibiting ovulation.

    True

    False
    False
  30. The vaginal ring and the transdermal patch
    are both barrier methods of contraception.

    True

    False
    False
  31. A major advantage of the cervical cap is
    the relative lack of side effects.

    True

    False
    True
  32. Immediately prior to ovulation, a woman's
    body temperature drops slightly.

    True

    False
    True
  33. Sterilization is the most effective method
    of birth control except for abstinence.

    True

    False
    True
  34. If a woman undergoes tubal sterilization,
    it will most likely have a negative effect on her sexual motivation.

    True

    False
    False
  35. Female sterilization is easily reversed.

    True

    False
    False
  36. Some studies show that marriages without
    children:
    a. are not as fulfilling and satisfying as
    marriages with children.
    b. are happier and more satisfying than
    marriages with children.
    c. are more stressful than marriages with
    children.
    d. tend to last longer than marriages with
    children.
    • b. are happier and more satisfying than
    • marriages with children.
  37. All of the following are potential
    advantages to having children EXCEPT:
    a. having children can build the self-esteem of
    parents.
    b. less stress on marital relationship.
    c. being able to give and receive love from
    children.
    d. parents may experience tremendous personal
    growth.
    b. less stress on marital relationship.
  38. Selective abortion of female fetuses is
    illegal but common in all of the following countries EXCEPT:
    A. China.
    B. South Korea.
    C. India.
    D. Croatia.
    D. Croatia.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  39. All of the following methods could help a
    couple increase the probability of conception by predicting the time of
    ovulation EXCEPT:
    A. mucus.
    B. body-temperature.
    C. calendar.
    D. multiple insertion.
    D. multiple insertion.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  40. Which is NOT true concerning laboratory
    techniques used to separate X- from Y-bearing sperm?
    a. This is now in widespread clinical usage.
    b. Success rates are better for male babies than
    female babies.
    c. This requires artificial insemination.
    d. This is of benefit to couples with X-linked
    disease risks.
    • b. Success rates are better for male babies than
    • female babies.
  41. At what age does a woman's fertility
    typically peak?
    A. after the age of 30
    B. 17 18 years
    C. 20 24 years
    D. 25 30 years
    C. 20 24 years
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  42. Which of the following statements regarding
    infertility is FALSE?
    a. Approximately half the couples seeking help
    for infertility will ultimately be unsuccessful.
    b. Despite medical and scientific advances, the
    causes of infertility may be difficult to determine.
    c. Infertility is a result of male factors,
    female factors, or a combination of both.
    d. Once a couple is able to conceive a child the
    first time, it is highly unlikely they will have fertility problems the
    second time.
    • d. Once a couple is able to conceive a child the
    • first time, it is highly unlikely they will have fertility problems the
    • second time.
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    All of the following affects male fertility
    EXCEPT:
    A. smoking.
    B. low percentage of body fat.
    C. alcohol abuse.
    D. environmental toxins.
    B. low percentage of body fat.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  44. Which of the following statements regarding
    a varicocele is TRUE?
    a. It most commonly occurs during puberty.
    b. It may inhibit ovulation in women.
    c. It is a major cause of infertility in men.
    d. It may be treated with hormone therapy.
    c. It is a major cause of infertility in men.
  45. Semen from a woman's partner is
    mechanically introduced into her vagina, cervix or uterus in order to
    facilitate conception. This procedure is called:
    A. GIFT (gamete intrafallopian transfer).
    B. IVF (in vitro fertilization).
    C. artificial insemination.
    D. ZIFT (zygote intrafallopian transfer).
    C. artificial insemination.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  46. Assisted reproductive techniques are:
    A. expensive with varying success rates.
    B. inexpensive.
    C. low risk procedures as far as the mother is
    D. increasingly less expensive with each subsequent attempt.
    concerned.
    A. expensive with varying success rates.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  47. The first indication of pregnancy is
    usually:
    A. breast tenderness.
    B. nausea.
    C. increased sexual desire.
    D. the absence of the menstrual period.
    D. the absence of the menstrual period.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  48. All of the following are ways in which a
    man might share in his partner's decision to have an abortion EXCEPT:
    A. accompany her to the clinic.
    B. help her clarify her feelings about the
    C. share the medical expenses.
    D. refrain from having intercourse with her.
    procedure.
    D. refrain from having intercourse with her.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  49. Lynn misses one menstrual period and three
    weeks later confirms the fact that she is pregnant. She decides to have
    an abortion and she schedules the procedure to occur in two weeks. The
    procedure will MOST likely be:
    A. dilation and evacuation.
    B. aspiration and evacuation.
    C. suction curettage.
    D. prostaglandin induction.
    C. suction curettage.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  50. Viability is a term used to describe:
    a. the integrity of the sperm upon ejaculation.
    b. the ability of the fetus to survive
    independently of the woman's body.
    c. the health of the mother postpartum.
    d. the health of the infant in the first six
    months.
    • b. the ability of the fetus to survive
    • independently of the woman's body.

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