Chapter 5 - contraception

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Chapter 5 - contraception
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  1. Which of the following is an absolute contraindication to the COCP?
    A. menorrhagia
    B. previous PE
    C. PHx of cholecystectomy
    D. well-controlled hptn
    E. simple migraine
    B.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. Which is the most common S/E of all P-only contraceptives?
    A. wt gain
    B. headaches
    C. irreg bleeding
    D. acne
    E. mood disturbance
    C.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. Which of the following contraceptive methods doesn't give protection against bacterial STIs?
    a. IUDs
    b. COCP
    c. Depo-provera
    d. Condoms
    a, b, c,
  4. Which of the following are forms of emergency contraception?
    a. EE 100ug w levonorgesterel 500ug given 12hr apart
    b. 1.5mg of levonorgestrel
    c. IUD
    d. Mifepristone
    e. all of the above
    e.
  5. Which of the following women are likely to request the reversal of a tubal ligation at a later date?
    A. a woman who underwent the procedure at the time of a c-section
    B. a woman who had her last child 5yrs ago
    C. a woman who had her last child 3 yrs ago
    D. a woman who underwent the procedure whilst in a stable relationship
    E. a woman who had the procedure at 40yrs of age
    A.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. Which of the following is incorrect?
    a. COCP causes wt gain
    b. prolonged COCP use does not cause infertility
    c. 'pill holidays' are required to reduce the risk of endometrial/uterine carcinoma
    d. contraindications include: suspected breast cancer, hx of thromboembolism, smokers>35yo, markedly impaired liver fn tests/jaundice, cerebrovascular/CV disease, acute/chronic/cholestatice liver disease
    e. some relative contraindications include: migraines, uncontrolled hptn, epilepsy, sickle cell disease, active gallbladder disease, severe obesity
    a, e (severe obesity)

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