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Question Results

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Question:

How many categories of sexually transmitted infections are there? 

Response:

1

2

3

4

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Question:

True or False? There is no FDA approved hormonal method of birth control for males.

Response:

True

False

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Question:

True or false? A urinary tract infection is considered a sexually transmitted infection.

Response:

True

False

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Question:

Which of these practices makes a condom more effective at preventing pregnancy and STIs?

Response:

Warming the condom up for 30 minutes-1 hour before use

Leaving a pinch worth of room at the tip of the condom

Using an oil-based lubricant

Using two or more condoms

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Question:

What STI does the nickname “the clap” refer to?

Response:

Chlamydia

Gonorrhea

Syphilis

Herpes

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Question:

Approximately how many sexually active people in the United States acquire an STI by the age of 25?

Response:

10%

30%

50%

75%

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Question:

What is the most commonly used form of contraception in the U.S.?

Response:

Implanon

Condoms

Sterilization

Birth control pills

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Question:

What is the most common STI in the United States as of 2012?

Response:

Herpes

Chlamydia

Gonorrhea

HIV

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Question:

True or False? Using emergency contraception, such as plan B, on a regular basis is a safe and effective means of preventing pregnancy.

Response:

True

False

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Question:

Hormonal methods of birth control work primarily by:

Response:

Stopping the release of eggs from the female

Directing sperm away from the egg via chemical signals

Preventing sperm from reaching the egg

Preventing implantation of the fertilized egg in the uterus