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Question Results

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Question:

What is the record for the world’s longest pregnancy?

Response:

10 months

1 ½ years

1 year

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The world record for the longest pregnancy was placed in 1945 by Beulah Hunter in Los Angeles. Her pregnancy lasted 375 days, while on average pregnancies are about 280 days.

2 years

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Question:

For the females that experience this during pregnancy, when does morning sickness usually appear?

Response:

2 weeks

6 weeks

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More than 50% of pregnant females experience morning sickness, which includes nausea that may be accompanied by vomiting.

3 months

Within the first week of pregnancy

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Question:

About how many sperm are released over an average male’s lifetime?

Response:

500 billion

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The average ejaculation contains about 100 million sperm. 

100 million sperm cells

500 million

1 billion

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Question:

What hormone allows a pregnant female’s uterus and pelvis to loosen and expand during pregnancy?

Response:

Estrogen

Relaxin

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Not only does relaxin help the uterus and pelvis to loosen up, it also affects pregnant females’ feet. Many females temporarily, and some permanently, experience an increase in foot size due to relaxin’s effects of loosening ligaments.

hCG

Oxytocin

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Question:

A mother who has a fraternal twin is this times more likely to have twins of her own?

Response:

100 times more likely

5 times more likely

2.5 times more likely to have twins

Feedback:

Fraternal twins come from two separate eggs that are released at once, so a mother’s genetics are involved. This means that there is a higher likelihood that her daughter would also have fraternal twins. In contrast, identical twins come from a random splitting of one fertilized egg, so there would be no increase in likelihood of twins in the next generation.

There is no increase in likelihood

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Question:

How long can sperm live once they are ejaculated inside a female’s vagina?

Response:

A few hours

A week

A few days

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Sperm ejaculated into a female’s vagina can survive for up to 3 to 5 days. Sperm ejaculated outside of a females body can live up to a few hours.

Two weeks

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Question:

About how many eggs are released over an average female’s lifetime?

Response:

100

4 billion

400

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Unlike men who produce new sperm throughout their lives, females are born with a finite set of eggs. The average female has about 1 million immature eggs at birth, but throughout her lifetime most of these will die so that only one will mature and be released each month during her menstrual cycle.

1 million

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Question:

Aside from Plan B, which of the following options can be used as a form of emergency contraception if a condom breaks during sex?

Response:

Implanon

Plan B is the only acceptable form of emergency contraception

The Paraguard IUD

Feedback:

The Paraguard IUD, or any other copper IUD, can be used as emergency contraception if it is inserted within 5 days after unprotected sex or birth control failure. The Paraguard is a great alternative to using Plan B because it can be let in for up to 10 years to offer long term pregnancy protection.

The Depo Provera Shot

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Question:

By which week of pregnancy do a baby’s fingernails and toenails start to grow?

Response:

3 months

1 week into pregnancy

7 months

11 weeks

Feedback:

Hair follicles also start to grow at 11 weeks!

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Question:

How much does a female’s uterus expand by during pregnancy?

Response:

500x its size

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Following birth, it only takes 6-8 weeks for the uterus to return to its original size.

100x its size

50x its size

2x its size

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Question:

Most of the fluid in semen is made up of secretions from which male reproductive organ?

Response:

The prostate gland

The urethral glands

The seminal vesicles

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Though all of the above contribute to the fluid in semen, 50 to 80 percent of the fluid is from the seminal vesicles. They are a pair of small, tubular glands near the prostate. The fluid contains high fructose concentrations to help provide the sperm cell with nutrient energy. 

The testicles

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Question:

How old are babies when they develop bony kneecaps?

Response:

3 years old

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Babies’ knees begin as cartilage so that each fall they take will act more like a sponge than a knee-breaker. Around ages 3-5 the cartilage develops into bone.

1 week old

1 year old

2 months old