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The inability to achieve pregnancy after at least 1 yr of regular intercourse without contraception is termed as infertility. Aproximately how many couples in North America are infertile:

a) 5%
b) 10%
c) 15%
d) 20%

a)
c) 15%
Refers to failure of menstrual cycles to begin by 16 yrs or by 14 yrs if secondary sex characteristics are present:

a) Primary Amenorrhea
b) Secondary Amenorrhea
c) Primary Dymennorrhea
d) Secondary Dysmennorrhea
b) Primary Amenorrhea
Most common in 30-40 year old women; pelvic disease is underlying cause (endometriosis, chronic pelvic inflammatory disease; uterine fibroids; symptoms vary:

a) Primary Amenorrhea
b) Secondary Amenorrhea
c) Primary Dymennorrhea
d) Secondary Dysmennorrhea
d) Secondary Dysmennorrhea
Refers to cessation of menstrual cycles once established:

a) Primary Amenorrhea
b) Secondary Amenorrhea
c) Primary Dymennorrhea
d) Secondary Dysmennorrhea
b) Secondary Amenorrhea
A disorder from which no pathology exists; caused from excess prostaglandin F
&/or increased sensitivity to it:

a) Primary Amenorrhea
b) Secondary Amenorrhea
c) Primary Dymennorrhea
d) Secondary Dysmennorrhea
c) Primary Dymennorrhea
The absence of menstruation; most common cause for missing menses when pregnancy has been ruled out:

a) Amenorrhea
b) Dymennorrhea
c) Endometriosis
d) Cystocele
a) Amenorrhea
Typically occurs in late 20’s & early -30’s, white, & never had a full term pregnancy; more predominant in Asians but found equally in whites & African Americans:

a) Cystocele
b) Primary Dymennorrhea
c) Secondary Dysmennorrhea
d) Endometriosis
d) Endometriosis

presence of normal endometrial tissue in sites outside endometrial cavity; most frequent sites in or near ovaries, uterosacral ligaments, & uterovesical peritoneum; can also occur in stomach, lungs, intestines, & spleen; tissue responds to hormones of the ovarian cycle & undergoe a mini-menstrual cycle;