1550: Sexuality

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  1. At what age does sexual identification usually develop?
    2 - 3 yo.
  2. Religion & Sexuality.

    What was associated with virginity and what was associated with sexuality?
    Virginity: pureness

    Sexuality: sin
  3. Which STIs can cause infertility?
    Chlamydia and gonorrhea.
  4. What are some contraceptive methods?
    • Barrier methods
    • Hormonol
    • Intrauterine devices
    • Emergency contraception
  5. Contraception method.

    What are some barrier contraceptives?
    • diaphragm
    • condom
    • cervical cap
    • vaginal sponge w/ use of spermicide
  6. Contraception method.

    What are some Hormonol methods?
    • Oral contraceptives
    • Norplant System
    • Implanon
    • depot medroxyprogesterone
    • acetate {Depo-Provera}
    • transdermal contraceptive patch,
    • vaginal ring
  7. Contraceptive methods.

    What are some Intrauterine device methods?

    What are the 3 most reversible methods of contraceptives? (99%)
    2  IUDs and implants:

    • Hormonal IUD: mirena.
    • Non-hormonal IUD: Copper

    Implant: implenon or nexplenon
  8. For the 3 most effective methods of contraception, what operation is it similar to? 

    What is its advantage?
    Similar to having your "tubes" tied.

    Advantage is that it is reversible.
  9. Emergency contraception.

    When must birth control pills be taken?
    After intercourse <72 hours or <120.
  10. What are the top 3 ways STIs are transmitted?
    • 1: Sex
    • 2: Needles
    • 3: Mother to baby
  11. What is the most common STI?

    What is the most common viral STD?

    Viral: Herpes
  12. What is the general course of someone who has HIV?

    What do HIV Pts often die of?


    Full blown AIDs.

    Opportunistic infections.
  13. Erectile Dysfunction (ED/Impotence)

    What are some causes of ED?
    • Certain medical conditions
    • Anxiety
    • Medications
    • Alcoholism
    • Street Drug Use
  14. What are some medical conditions that may cause impotence?
    • Diabetes
    • HTN
    • MS
    • Nerve damage
    • Hormonal imbalances
    • Atherosclerosis
    • Heart Disease
    • Unhealthy lifestyle changes
  15. Retarded ejaculation.

    How long do men suffering from this condition take in order to achieve an orgasm?
    About 30 minutes (or more) of sexual stimulation.

    The person may not be able to ejaculate at all.
  16. What is the most common form of delayed ejaculation?
    • a man can't reach orgasm during sexual intercourse — but can ejaculate with oral
    • or manual stimulation of the penis. 
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1550: Sexuality
2015-03-29 00:17:47

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