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Chapter 54: Contraceptives Test Bank

Chapter 54: Contraceptives Test Bank

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Chapter 54: Contraceptives
Test Bank
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1.   A 40-year-old woman tells the primary care nurse practitioner (NP) that she does not want more children and would like a contraceptive. She does not smoke and has no personal or family history of cardiovascular disease. She has frequent tension headaches. For this patient, the NP should prescribe:
a.

condoms.

b.

tubal ligation.

c.

monophasic combined oral contraceptive pill (COCP).

d.

low-estrogen COCP.

2.   A primary care NP prescribes a COCP for a woman who has never taken oral contraceptives before. The woman is in a monogamous relationship, and she and her partner have been using condoms and wish to stop using them. Her last period was 1 week ago. The NP should:
a.

perform an in-office pregnancy test before starting a COCP.

b.

tell the patient to begin the first pill today and to continue using condoms for 7 days.

c.

tell the patient to begin the first pill on the Sunday of or following her next menstrual period.

d.

tell the patient to begin the first pill today and to return in 2 weeks for a pregnancy test.

3.   A woman who began taking a COCP 2 months ago calls the primary care NP to report having nausea every day. She takes a pill at the same time each morning. The NP should tell her to:
a.

try taking the pill in the evening each day.

b.

come to the clinic for a urine pregnancy test.

c.

take the pill on an empty stomach with water.

d.

stop taking the pill for 7 days and then restart.

4.   The primary care NP prescribes an extended-cycle monophasic pill regimen for a young woman who reports having multiple partners. Which statement by the patient indicates she understands the regimen?
a.

“I have to take a pill only every 3 months.”

b.

“I should expect to have only four periods each year.”

c.

“I will need to use condoms for only 7 more days.”

d.

“This type of pill has fewer side effects than other types.”

5.   A woman who uses a transdermal contraceptive calls the primary care NP to report that while dressing that morning she discovered that the patch had come off and she was unable to find the patch. The NP should tell her to apply a new patch and:
a.

take one cycle of COCPs.

b.

take a home pregnancy test.

c.

use condoms for the next 7 days.

d.

contact the clinic if she misses a period.


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