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#7

Although most contraceptives are temporary, some are meant to last forever. Which is NOT used as a permanent method of contraception?

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  • Vasectomy

  • Hysterectomy

  • Intrauterine device

  • Tubal ligation

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#8

IUDs were off the market for a while in the U.S. due to health problems. But new IUD models are safe, over 99 percent effective, and growing in popularity. Which is NOT a type of IUD?

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  • Copper

  • Barrier

  • Hormonal

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#9

The patch is a highly effective method of birth control that needs to be replaced weekly. Which hormones does it release into the body?

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  • Progestin and testosterone

  • Estrogen and testosterone

  • Estrogen and progestin

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#10

The vaginal ring is also an effective hormonal contraceptive. How often does it need to be replaced?

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  • Weekly

  • Monthly

  • Every 90 days

  • Yearly

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#11

There are a lot of myths and misconceptions (pun intended) about birth control. Which statement below is actually true?

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  • The pill causes weight gain.

  • Using the pill to control menstrual cycles is unhealthy and not recommended.

  • Birth control can affect women’s attraction to men based on scent.

  • Grapefruit can affect the efficacy of hormonal contraceptives.

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#12

Many birth control methods are only for women. Which contraceptive can men use?

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  • Diaphragm

  • Vasalgel

  • Cervical cap

  • Spermicide

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