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Assessment and Health Promotion and Contraception and Abortion - Maternal
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function of Estrogen
stimulates growth of breasts and increases vacularity
function of progesterone
causes mammary gland maturation
what is an acinus?
saclike terminal part of a compound gland emptying through a narrow lumen or duct, secrete colostrum and milk
when is a breast exam best carried out?
during menstrual cycle
what are prostaglandins and what do they affect?
fatty acids classified as hormones
affect smooth muscle contraction and modulation of hormone activity
key role in ovulation
transitional phase where ovary function and hormone production decline
how long does menopause last after menstruation ceases?
how long does perimenopause last?
4 years, precedes menopause
what are the phase of sexual response cycle
substance use risk factors to women's health
prescription drug use
illicit drug use
4 C's of cultural competence
- Call: What do you call your problem?
- Cause: What do you think caused your problem?
- Cope: How do you cope with your condition?
- Concerns: What are your concerns regarding your condition?
what consists of the external inspection of a pelvic exam?
teaching vulvar self examination
what consists of the internal exam of a pelvic exam?
collection of specimens
vaginal wall exam
with contraception, what does BRAIDED stand for?
what kind of contraception is coitus interruptus?
what are fertility awareness based methods?
natural family planning
only contraceptive practices acceptable to the roman catholic church
rely on avoidance of intercourse during fertile periods
combine charting menstrual cycle with abstinence or other contraceptive methods
what are examples of fertility awareness based methods>
calendar based methods
symptoms based methods
biologic marker methods
apps for FABS
what are symptoms based methods?
cervical mucus ovulation detection method
basal body temperature method
what is a biologic marker method?
home ovulation predictor kits: marquette model
what are barrier methods of contraception?
diaphragm (4 types)
toxic shock syndrome risks are present with diaphragms, cervical caps, and sponges
hormonal methods of contraception
combined estrogen and progestin injection
oral contraceptive 91 day
warning signs for combined oral contraceptives achronym
A- abdominal pain, problem with liver/gallbladder
C- chest pain/shortness of breath, possible clot in lungs or heart
H- headaches, cardio accident or hypertension
E- eye problems, vascular accident or hypertension
S- severe leg pain, thromboembolic process
progestin only contraception
oral progestins (minipill), must be taken same time everyday
injectable progestins, return to fertility may be delayed
implantable progestins, nexplanon (single rod implanted)
when should emergency contraception be taken?
as soon as possible, but within 5 days of unprotected intercourse or birth control mishap
what emergency contraceptive is available with a prescription?
what emergency contraceptive do you need a prescription for?
four types of IUD
Paragard Copper T (10 yrs)
Mirena (5 yrs)
Liletta (3 yrs)
Skyla (3 yrs)
surgical interruption of man's vas deferens
low risk anesthesia
first trimester abortion
aspiration (most common)
second trimester abortion
dilation and evacuation
most commonly between 13-16 wks
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