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A 20-year-old G0 and her partner, a 20-year-old man, present for counseling for sexual dysfunction. Prior to their relationship, neither had been sexually active. Both report no medical problems.

In medical experience, which type of male or female sexual dysfunction has the lowest cure rate?

a. Premature ejaculation
b. Vaginismus
c. Primary impotence
d. Secondary impotence
e. Female orgasmic dysfunction


Question 2#Print Question

A 28-year-old G3P3 presents to your office for contraceptive counseling. She has no history of medical problems or sexually transmitted diseases. You counsel her on the risks and benefits of all contraceptive methods.

Which of the following is the most common form of contraception used by reproductive-age women in the United States?

a. Pills
b. Condom
c. Diaphragm
d. Intrauterine device (IUD)
e. Sterilization


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A 21-year-old woman presents to your office for her well-woman examination. She has recently become sexually active and desires an effective contraceptive method. She has no medical problems, but family history is significant for breast cancer in a maternal aunt at the age of 42 years. She is worried about getting cancer from taking birth control pills. You discuss with her the risks and benefits of contraceptive pills.

You tell her that which of the following neoplasms has been associated with the use of oral contraceptives?

a. Breast cancer
b. Ovarian cancer
c. Endometrial cancer
d. Hepatic cancer
e. Hepatic adenoma


Question 4#Print Question

A 35-year-old G2P2 presents for a contraceptive counseling visit. She and her husband desire a long-term contraceptive method, and are uncertain if they want more children. She has been happily married for 10 years. Her only medical problem is mild hypertension, for which she takes a diuretic, and she has never had a sexually transmitted disease. She is considering the copper IUD and wants to know how it works.

Which of the following mechanisms does not potentially contribute to the mechanism of the action of the copper IUD?

a. Decreased tubal motility inhibits ovum transport
b. An inflammatory response within the endometrium damages the fertilized ovum
c. Premature endometrial sloughing associated with menorrhagia causes early abortion
d. An inflammatory response within the endometrium kills sperm
e. Thickened cervical mucus blocks sperm transport


Question 5#Print Question

A 35-year-old G2P2 presents for a contraceptive counseling visit. She and her husband desire a long-term contraceptive method, and are uncertain if they want more children. She has been happily married for 10 years. Her only medical problem is mild hypertension, for which she takes a diuretic, and she has never had a sexually transmitted disease. She is considering the copper IUD and wants to know how it works.

The patient asks if she is a good candidate for an IUD. In which of the following situations would use of an IUD be contraindicated? 

a. Uterine abnormalities that distort the uterine cavity
b. A history of chorioamnionitis in her last pregnancy
c. A history of Chlamydia infection treated 4 months ago
d. History of a loop electro-excision procedure (LEEP)
e. History of recurrent vulvar candidiasis




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