Contraception - Overview, Abstinence, Withdrawal, LAM, Fertility Awareness

Question 1 of 17

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When using the CDC MEC system for evaluating contraceptive risk, CNMs and WHNPS can usually prescribe:

Select one of the following:

  • Category 1 only

  • Category 4 only

  • Category 1 and 2

  • Category 3 and 4

Question 2 of 17

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Match these contraceptive methods with their non-contraceptive benefits:
Abstinence -
Tubal Sterilization -
Progestin Only Pill -
Male Condom -
Female Condom -
Combined Hormonal Contraception -

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    Protects against STIs, including HIV
    Protects against STIs, including HIV
    Reduces risk of ovarian cancer
    Reduces risk of ovarian cancer
    can be used while lactating
    can be used while lactating
    Delays premature ejaculation
    Delays premature ejaculation
    female controlled method, STI protection
    female controlled method, STI protection
    Reduces acne
    Reduces acne

Question 3 of 17

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The most effective (99% typical usage efficacy) types of contraception include

Select one or more of the following:

  • Implanon

  • Condoms

  • The sponge

  • Sterilization

  • Intrauterine contraception

Question 4 of 17

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These methods are very effective for typical users (91-99%)

Select one or more of the following:

  • Combined Oral Contraceptives

  • Vaginal ring

  • Male Condoms

  • Progesterone Only Pills

  • The Female Condom

Question 5 of 17

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These methods are moderately effective (80%) when used typically:

Select one or more of the following:

  • The sponge

  • Cervical Cap with spermicide

  • Male Condoms

  • Diaphragm with spermicide

  • Spermicides

Question 6 of 17

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If you are obtaining a sexual history for a 17 year old girl who tells you they are abstinent, you should

Select one of the following:

  • Congratulate them and continue with the rest of the history

  • Ask about participating in specific sexual acts, including if anyone has put a penis in her mouth, vagina or anus.

  • Make a note that they are a virgin and continue charting

  • Advise them that they should be using a contraception, "just in case"

Question 7 of 17

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According to most professional standards practices, Health Care Providers who are religiously opposed to sex before marriage can ethically refuse to prescribe birth control.

Select one of the following:

  • True
  • False

Question 8 of 17

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The following statements about the withdrawal method are true

Select one or more of the following:

  • Withdrawal is no better than doing nothing at all.

  • More than half of women have used withdrawal at some point.

  • Perfect user rate for withdrawal is 4%.

  • Teens with no prior partners are the ideal user for this method because it makes them less vulnerable to negative repercussions from their parents finding out about their sexual activity.

  • One of the disadvantages of this method is that it does not protect against STIs.

Question 9 of 17

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When counseling a couple that uses withdrawal as their primary method of birth control for religious reasons:

Select one of the following:

  • Tell them they should really use something else.

  • Instruct the male to urinate between sexual acts

  • Share that the method can be effective as long as the male ejaculates outside the vagina even if it is near the vulva.

  • Tell them showering between sexual acts does not improve the efficacy.

Question 10 of 17

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If a client is wondering how long Lactational Amenorrhea will work, you tell her that as long as she follows the method, it should typically work for:

Select one of the following:

  • 6 weeks

  • 3 months

  • 6 months

  • As long as she has not had a period

Question 11 of 17

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The mechanism of action for Lactational Amenorrhea Method is

Select one of the following:

  • Oxytocin suppresses ovulation

  • Ovulation is suppressed by hyperprolactinemia

  • Decreased estrogen production while lactating

  • depressed beta endorphin levels suppress ovulation

Question 12 of 17

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In order for Lactational Amenorrhea to be effective, you should counsel you client to:

Select one or more of the following:

  • Not to feed their infant more than every 3 hours at night

  • Not to use pacificers

  • Not to give the baby anything besides breastmilk and water for the first six months.

  • Look for signs of returning fertility

  • Use ovulation kits to determine the return of their fertility starting at 5 months.

Question 13 of 17

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A woman using LAM is concerned because of vaginal dryness. She wonders if using lubrication will increase her risk of pregnancy. You tell her:

Select one of the following:

  • That vaginal dryness is usually a sign of low estrogen which is a good indication that the LAM is working for her.

  • That she should be careful and use a condom with lubrication.

  • That the vaginal dryness has nothing to do with her fertility and she has nothing to worry about about.

Question 14 of 17

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A woman comes to the clinic complaining that her 5 month old baby is teething and is on a hunger strike. She has also noticed an increase in vaginal discharge. She is wondering if she should still continue to use LAM. You should tell her that:

Select one of the following:

  • LAM is effective for 6 months and she has nothing to worry about.

  • Tell her that she absolutely needs to use another form of contraception.

  • Rule out other causes for the vaginal discharge and ask her how frequently baby is nursing, how long the nursing strike has been, and if the baby is getting supplemental feedings.

Question 15 of 17

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Using the Two Day Fertility Awareness method, what does a woman track for two days?

Select one of the following:

  • Basal Body Temp

  • Vaginal Secretions

  • Awareness of the first day of her last period

  • Basal Body temp and secretions

Question 16 of 17

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Using the Calendar Fertility Awareness method, a woman must

Select one or more of the following:

  • Track her cycle for 6-12 months

  • Track her vaginal secretions for 6-12 months

  • Identify the longest and shortest cycles

  • Use math

  • Track her basal body temp for 6-12 months

Question 17 of 17

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To use the standard days method of Fertility Awareness, cycles must be between 26-32 day and you abstain between days between days __________.

Select one of the following:

  • 8-19

  • 1-5

  • 10-15

  • 13-15

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