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58 Cards in this Set

  • Front
  • Back when arousal occurs due to touch and sends message to sacral area (lower back)- no brain impulse
...means sexual thoughts by the brain- having thoughts, viewing material, can't will an orgasm though
E-zones- Primary or Secondary?
Genitals, butt, breasts ect.
E-zones- Primary or Secondary?
Shoulders, other areas
What percentage of women have orgasm without touch?
2% women
What percentage of men have orgasm without touch?
.06% men
What are the three signs of arousal for females?
-Erection of clitoris
-Labia and Vaginal walls- vasocongestion
__ is when the ovaries fail to release viable eggs
This is the main reason for infertility
PID stands for...
pelvic inflamatory disease
the single cell resulting from the union of sperm and egg cells
multicellular descendant of the united sperm and ovum that implants on the wall of the uterus
a waxy, protective substance on the fetus' skin
Vernix caseosa
a procedure in which amniotic fluid is removed from the uterus and tested to determine whether certain fetal birth defects exist
The levels of this hormone is believed to determine the intensity of orgasm
Surgical removal of testes
surgical procedure for removing testes
-impared hormone production in the testes that result in testosterone deficiency
Types of infertility treatment: when semen is placed in a woman's vagina
artificial insemination
Types of infertility treatment: techniques of extra uterine conception
assisted reproductive technology (art)
Types of infertility treatment: when mature eggs are removed from a woman's ovary and fertilized by sperm in a lab dish
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
Type of infertility treatment: 1 out of 100 or 150 babies born by it
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
Types of infertility treatment: when the egg is fertilized in the lab and then placed in the fallopian tube
Zygote Intrafallopian Transfer (ZIFT)
Types of infertility treatment: when the sperm and ova placed directly in the fallopian tube
-More recently developed
Gamete Intrafallopian Transfer (GIFT)
-the name for the yellowish liquid coming from the breast right after birth
__% of 6-month olds are breast-fed
Postpartum depression affects __% of mothers
__% of mothers have mood swings
The Master's and Johnson model has 4 stages of sexual arousal
1. Excitement
2. Plateau
3. Orgasm
4. Resolution
What kind of love =passion + commitment
Fatuous Love
What kind of love is passion only
What kind of love =intimacy+ commitment
Companionment Love
Type of abortion: usually done 7-13 weeks after the last menstrual period
Suction Curette
Type of abortion: the safest and most widely used
Dilation and Evacuation
the hormones that are used to induce uterine contractions and fetal expulsion for second-trimester abortions
Type of abortion: done between 20-24 weeks, when a serious fetal defect or health risk involved
Late-term abortion or intact dilation and evactuaion
more than _#__ women worldwide use the pill
100 million
Birth control pills: contain a constant daily dose of estrogen and progestin
constant dose combination pill
Birth control pills: most common type
constant dose combination pill
Birth control pills: developed in the 1960's
constant dose combination pill
Birth control pills: 32 different kinds
constant dose combination pill
Birth control pills: varies the dosages of estrogen and progestin during the cycle
triphasic pill
Birth control pills: developed in 1984
triphasic pill
Birth control pills: greater sexual response
triphasic pill
Birth control pills: reduces menstrual periods to four times a year due to lower dose of estrogen and progestin
Birth control pills: contains a small dose of progestin and no estrogen
progestin-only pill
Birth control pills: introduced in 1973
progestin-only pill
Birth control pills: about 1/3 the amount of average-strength pills
-only has constant dose
progestin-only pill
when is the vaginal ring inserted?
between day 1 and day 5 of period
birth control method: active ingredient is progestin, which inhibits the secretion of gonadotropins and prevents follicular maturation and ovulation
the shot
birth control method: causes the endrometrial lining of the uterus to thig, preventing implantation
the shot
an estimated __-___ condoms used each year
6-9 billion
female condoms are made of latex and ____
birth control method: small plastic device that is inserted into the uterus
Intrauterine devises (IUD)
birth control method: symptoms of serious problems can be summed up by PAINS
Intrauterine devises (IUD)
birth control method: based on determining the time of ovulation by means of the cyclical changes of the cervical mucus
Mucus Method
In the mucus method, when ___is present, coitus should be avoided
yellow or white discharge
birth control method: based on body temp. changes before and after ovulation
basal body temperature method
Anthony Comstock did...
in 1870's he enacted national laws that prohibited the dissemination of contraceptive info through the US mail because it was obscene