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Question:

Which is true about benign sexual headaches, or painful headaches that occur with orgasm?

Response:

Occur more often in males than females

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Benign sexual headaches can affect men of all ages; they can occur during any type of sexual activity that results in orgasm, including masturbation and intercourse; and they are most painful in the 5-15 minutes following orgasm, though pain can last for hours.

Do not occur following masturbation

Are most likely to affect men in their 20s

Are most painful 20 minutes after orgasm

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Which type of lubricant is safe to use with latex condoms?

Response:

Baby Oil

Oil-based lubricants

All of these

Water-based lubricants

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Any oil-based product can weaken the latex of a condom, thereby reducing the amount of protection. Both water-based and oil-based lubricants are safe to use with polyurethane condoms. 

Vaseline

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Question:

What is the name of a penis enhancement exercise where the male uses an OK grip around his penis with his thumb and forefinger?

Response:

Jelqing

Feedback:

Jelqing is a type of penis exercise where the man uses an OK grip on a flaccid penis for 20-30 minutes a day for natural penis enlargement. The exercises originated in the Middle East and actual effectiveness is still debated.

Penosuction

Vacuumosis

Swelting

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Which is not true about a semen allergy?

Response:

More females than men have a semen allergies

Semen allergies can cause trouble breathing, hives, and swelling

Females with the allergy have difficulty getting pregnant

Feedback:

Semen allergies are related to specific proteins in semen, and the allergy can be unique to specific partners and absent with others. There has been no demonstrated relationship between semen allergies and infertility.

Condoms can help avoid a reaction

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What is the average frequency of sex among married couples in their 50s?

Response:

A few times a year

Once a week

Once a month

Twice a week

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Which drug is not associated with erectile dysfunction?

Response:

Benadryl

Marijuana

Cocaine

Alcohol

All of these can cause erectile dysfunction

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What is the name of the condition in which the opening of the urethra is not located on the tip of the penis?

Response:

Folliculitis

Hypospadias

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The urethral opening may be near the head of the penis, along the shaft, or near the scrotum. Surgery is usually necessary to correct the condition.

Mittelschmerz 

Hydrocele 

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Which is not a common cause of urinary tract infections (UTIs)?

Response:

Overhydration

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Drinking plenty of water can decrease the risk of getting a UTI since it helps flush bacteria from the urinary tract.

Bacteria from the rectum that travel to the urethra

Sexual intercourse

Waiting too long to urinate

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What should you do if your condom keeps unrolling during sex?

Response:

Stop using condoms

Replace it with the same condom

Make sure it is the proper size

Feedback:

You can get custom fitted condoms on various websites online. If a condom unrolls during sex, be sure to replace it with a new condom since there may be sperm on the old condom. 

Place a new condom on inside-out

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What is the fear of having, seeing, or thinking about an erection called?

Response:

Ithyphallophobia

Diphallophobia

Penophalliphobia

Fearectophobia

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Which condition caused by an imbalance in female’s androgen levels is the most common cause of female infertility?

Response:

Vaginismus

Urinary tract infection

Vulvar vestibulitis

 

Polycystic ovary syndrome

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Polycystic ovary syndrome can cause an irregular menstrual period and make pregnancy difficult.

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Question:

For which male condition is the foreskin unable to retract behind the glans of the penis?

Response:

Paraphimosis

Balanitis

Phimosis

Feedback:

Treatment of phimosis may include manually stretching the foreskin over time or circumcision. Peyronie’s Disease= when a hard lump forms on the penis, causing painful erections; Balanitis= inflammation of the head of the penis; Paraphimosis= when the retracted foreskin is unable to return to its original position.

Peyronie’s Disease