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Sex Ed: Contraception

Subject : literacy,sex-ed
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  • Answer 42 questions in 15 minutes.
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1. Couple calculates most and least fertile time of the month by using a thermometer - schedules intercourse during the least fertile time - which is usually during period. Not very reliable.






2. Male withdraws his penis from the vagina prior to ejaculation. Not reliable. Some sperm may be released prop to removal - difficult to control.






3. A pouch inserted into the vagina prior to intercourse - collects semen. Reduces the risk of STI's.






4. The vas deferens are cut. Simplest of the surgical procedures






5. Removal of the ovaries. Usually not done unless there is a good medical reason. Hormone replacement therapy is often recommended.






6. Taken within a few days of intercourse. If <16 years old - you need a prescription - OTC otherwise. Prevents egg and sperm from meeting. Evidence suggests that EC can prevent implantation in uterus - but not likely.






7. Aspiration of uterus contents with a gentle vacuum before 16 weeks. Dilation and evacuation only for medical reasons after 16 weeks of pregnancy.






8. A shallow - latex cup inserted into the vagina. Covers the cervix - blocks sperm from entering the uterus. Use with spermicide. Not very reliable. Keep inserted for 24 hours max.






9. Removal of the testicles. Usually not done unless there is a good medical reason. Hormone replacement therapy is usually prescribed.






10. Contains chemicals that stop sperm from moving (cream - jel - foam). Inserted into vagina. More effective when combined with another method.






11. Fallopian tubes are cut (sometimes called 'Tying the tubes')






12. Not having sexual intercourse






13. Hormone combo of Estrogen and Progesterone. The body thinks it is pregnant - so new eggs aren't released from the ovaries. Must take daily.






14. Removal of the ovaries. Usually not done unless there is a good medical reason. Hormone replacement therapy is often recommended.






15. A pouch inserted into the vagina prior to intercourse - collects semen. Reduces the risk of STI's.






16. Couple calculates most and least fertile time of the month by using a thermometer - schedules intercourse during the least fertile time - which is usually during period. Not very reliable.






17. Removal of the uterus. Usually not done unless there is a good medical reason.






18. Place a new patch each week for 3 weeks on back - arm - or lower abdomen.






19. Barrier of latex or plastic that fits around the penis. Applied before intercourse. Protects against STI's. Not 100% effective against pregnancy. Condoms have to be stored properly and not be expired.






20. Contains chemicals that stop sperm from moving (cream - jel - foam). Inserted into vagina. More effective when combined with another method.






21. Not having sexual intercourse






22. The vas deferens are cut. Simplest of the surgical procedures






23. Taken in steps - decrease progestin needed for pregnancy and empties the uterus.






24. Get 1 shot every 3 months. Does not contain Estrogen.






25. Taken within a few days of intercourse. If <16 years old - you need a prescription - OTC otherwise. Prevents egg and sperm from meeting. Evidence suggests that EC can prevent implantation in uterus - but not likely.






26. Removal of the testicles. Usually not done unless there is a good medical reason. Hormone replacement therapy is usually prescribed.






27. Removal of the uterus. Usually not done unless there is a good medical reason.






28. Fallopian tubes are cut (sometimes called 'Tying the tubes')






29. Acts in the same way as the diaphragm.






30. Hormones are time-released from an implantation under your skin. Replaced about every 6 months.






31. Barrier of latex or plastic that fits around the penis. Applied before intercourse. Protects against STI's. Not 100% effective against pregnancy. Condoms have to be stored properly and not be expired.






32. Male withdraws his penis from the vagina prior to ejaculation. Not reliable. Some sperm may be released prop to removal - difficult to control.






33. Taken in steps - decrease progestin needed for pregnancy and empties the uterus.






34. Acts in the same way as the diaphragm.






35. Place a new patch each week for 3 weeks on back - arm - or lower abdomen.






36. Vaginal ring placed each month for 3 weeks.






37. A shallow - latex cup inserted into the vagina. Covers the cervix - blocks sperm from entering the uterus. Use with spermicide. Not very reliable. Keep inserted for 24 hours max.






38. Hormone combo of Estrogen and Progesterone. The body thinks it is pregnant - so new eggs aren't released from the ovaries. Must take daily.






39. Vaginal ring placed each month for 3 weeks.






40. Aspiration of uterus contents with a gentle vacuum before 16 weeks. Dilation and evacuation only for medical reasons after 16 weeks of pregnancy.






41. Hormones are time-released from an implantation under your skin. Replaced about every 6 months.






42. Get 1 shot every 3 months. Does not contain Estrogen.