FCPS Part 2 Written – 3 Months Course July 22 – Reproductive Gyneacology Part 1 – Day 3
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1.A 23-year-old woman is using male and female barrier contraception to prevent sexually transmitted infections (STIs). She wants to know if there is further protection if a spermicide is included.What will you tell her regarding spermicidal creams and STIs?CorrectIncorrect
2.A 39-year-old woman consults you about the risk of venous thrombosis if she uses a combined hormonal contraceptive. She shows you a brand, which contains 35 μg ethinylestradiol and levonorgestrel norethisterone progestogen. How will you counsel her?CorrectIncorrect
3.A 28-year-old woman consults you about combined hormonal contraception (CHC).Her mother died of breast cancer at the age of 55 years. She is healthy but has a problem with painful periods.What will you tell her?CorrectIncorrect
4.A 17-year-old girl comes to the accident and emergency department. She had unprotected intercourse four days previously. She was not very keen on an intrauterine device (IUD).What other alternatives do you wish to offer?CorrectIncorrect
5.A woman with sickle cell disease is seeking a long-acting reversible contraception method. She is asking if there is any method that may also help reduce her risk of sickle cell crisis and pain.What well you tell her?CorrectIncorrect
6.A premedical student presents requesting reversible contraception. She is healthy without any problems and a normal examination. As you review her options, she asks which method is most reliable. Which of the following contraceptive methods has the lowest pregnancy rate in 100 women using the method perfectly for 1 year (100 woman-years of use)?CorrectIncorrect
7.A 22-year-old woman presents for routine care, having been using depot medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA) for contraception for the past 2 years. She has been amenorrheic for the past 6 months and would like to continue the DMPA. Additional history and the physical examination are unremarkable.What is the most appropriate management of this patient at this time?CorrectIncorrect
8.Emergency contraception can be effective if administered up until how long after intercourse?CorrectIncorrect
9.Toxic shock syndrome has been associated with which of the following contraceptive methods?CorrectIncorrect
10.A 17-year-old woman with a history of ectopic pregnancy presents for contraceptive counseling.Which of the following contraceptive methods would be relatively or absolutely con-traindicated?CorrectIncorrect
Q11. A 19-year-old woman and her boyfriend wish to use condoms as a barrier contraceptive method. This couple should be advised that the most common reason for failure (pregnancy or STD transmission) is which of the following?CorrectIncorrect
Q12. A 23-year-old patient is considering contraceptive methods but is devoutly religious and will not accept a method that may “cause an abortion.” What is the primary mechanism by which IUCDs prevent pregnancy?CorrectIncorrect