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Question 1.
Which of the following is NOT a term for clitoris?


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Question 2.
Women with PMS and PMDD show greater increase of appetite during


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Question 3.
Amenorrhea is normal in women which


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Question 4.
Which of the following are NOT disorders that can give rise to dysmenorrhea?


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Question 5.
Vaginal dryness can be treated with


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Question 6.
Cholesterol levels tend to fluctuate in menopausal women, which levels are known to rise and decrease?


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Question 7.
How do hot flashes occur?


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Question 8.
The menstrual phase occurs when _______ and ________ levels decline to the point where they can no longer sustain the uterine lining.


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Question 9.
A woman's basal body temperature dips slightly at


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Question 10.
The proliferative phase begins with


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Question 11.
The pituitary gland is responsible for


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Question 12.
Which of the following is another term for the vaginal opening?


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Question 13.
The middle layer of the uterus is


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Question 14.
Which of the following is NOT a part of the fallopian tubes?


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Question 15.
If ovarian cancer is detected before spreading beyond the ovary, ____% of women survive.


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Question 16.
The inner surfaces of the labia minora are hairless and lighter in color.


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Question 17.
More than 100 million women in Africa and the Middle East have undergone clitoridectomies.


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Question 18.
A punctured hymen is evidence of coital experience.


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Question 19.
At rest, the vagina is like a canal or barrel.


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Question 20.
The vagina and the uterus both have three layers.


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Question 21.
The pelvic examination usually includes and external and internal examination, Pap test and recto-vaginal examination.


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Question 22.
The breast's areola darken during pregnancy and remain darker after delivery.


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Question 23.
Although the menstrual cycle averages 28 days, it is rare for women to vary from month to month.


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