NEET Practice Questions - Zoology - Reproductive Health

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    Reproductive Health

A lady is diagnosed to have both her fallopian tubes blocked. What ART can help her to conceive a child?

1. GIFT                   2. ZIFT

3. IVF                     4. SUZI

Which of the following is an abortion pill?


2. RU486


4. Nonoxynol-9

Natural methods for contraception work on the principle of:

1. Preventing fertilization

2. Preventing implantation

3. Preventing ovulation

4. Preventing embryo development

Lactational amenorrhea is effective up to maximum period of:

1. 3 months

2. 6 months

3. 9 months

4. 12 months

The ideal contraceptive for females who want to delay pregnancy and/or space children is:

1 Barrier contraceptive

2. Periodic abstinence

3. IUD

4. Hormonal pills

Emergency contraceptive methods must be employed within:

1. 72 hours of ovulation

2. 72 hours of onset of menstrual flow

3. 72 hours of unprotected coitus

4. 72 hours of cessation of menstrual flow

Identify the incorrect statement regarding surgical birth control methods:

1. They are also called as "sterilization" procedures

2. In males vasectomy and in females tubectomy is advised

3. They are terminal methods to prevent any more pregnancies

4. These methods are hugely popular all over the world

Which of the following STIs is not caused by a virus?

1. Genital herpes

2. Genital warts

3. HIV

4. Syphilis

ART [used to help infertile couples] stands for:

1. Assisted Reproductive Technologies

2. Artificial Reproductive Technologies

3. Augmented Reproductive Technologies

4. Anomalous Reproductive Technologies

In 'test-tube baby' procedure:

1. Fertilization is in-vitro but embryo development is in-vivo

2. Fertilization is in-vivo but embryo development is in-vitro

3. Both fertilization and embryo development are in-vitro

4. Both fertilization and embryo development are in-vivo