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?
What does RCH stand for ?
1. Reproductive and Complete Health
2 .Regional and Central Healthcare
3 .Reproductive and Child Healthcare
4 .Reproductive and Cumulative Health
Statutory ban on amniocentesis in India was necessary because:
1. It is a very expensive
2. It can tell about chromosomal aberrations
3. It is an invasive procedure and carries high risk of abortions
4. It can be used for pre-natal sex determination to be fetus leading to female feticides
"Saheli" is a
1. NGO working for female child rights
2. Mid-wife working in villages to help in child immunization
3. A national helpline number for prevention of crimes against women
4. New oral contraceptive for females
According to 2001 census report, the population growth rate of India was around .......% , a rate at which our population could double in .......... years.
1. 1.7 ; 33
2. 2.1 ; 30
3. 1.4 ; 50
4. 2.0 ; 32
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
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
Which of the following STIs is not caused by a virus?
1. Genital herpes
2. Genital warts
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
Birth control pills contain synthetic estrogen and progesterone. How might these hormones prevent pregnancy?
1. They cause the corpus luteum to degenerate.
2. They keep the pituitary from secreting FSH and LH, so ovulation does not occur.
3. They cause the lining of the uterus to be sloughed off.
4 They trigger premature ovulation, before an egg is mature.
1. Inhibit testosterone production
2. Prevent sperm from entering the semen
3. Inhibit spem production
4. Interfere with male potency
Periodic abstinence is a natural method of contraception where the couples avoid or abstain from coitus during the period of the menstrual cycle when:
1. There is menstrual flow
2. The ovulation is most likely to occur
3. The corpus luteum is most active
4. The proliferative phase begins
Match the following sexually transmitted diseases (Column - I) with their causative agent (Column - II) and select the correct option.
A B C D
(a) (ii) (iii) (iv) (i)
(b) (iii) (iv) (i) (ii)
(c) (iv) (ii) (iii) (i)
(d) (iv) (iii) (ii) (i)
The function of copper ions in copper releasing IUD’s is
(a) they suppress sperm motility and fertilising capacity of sperms
(b) they inhibit gametogenesis
(c) they make uterus unsuitable for implantation
(d) they inhibit ovulation
Which of the following is hormone-releasing IUD?
(c) Lippes loop
Embryo with more than 16 blastomeres formed due to in vitro fertilisation is transferred into
(b) Fallopian tube
Hysterectomy is surgical removal of
2. prostate gland
3. vas deference
4. mammary glands
Which of the following is a hormone releasing Intra Uterine Device (IUD)?
1. Multiload 375
3. Cervical cap
Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP) is considered safe up to how many weeks of
1. Twelve weeks
2. Eighteen weeks
3. Six weeks
4. Eight weeks
Given below are four methods (A-D) and their modes of action (1-4) in achieving contraception. Select their correct matching from the four options that follow
A B C D
1. 3 1 4 2
2. 4 1 2 3
3. 3 4 1 2
4. 2 3 1 4
Which of the following is correct regarding HIV, hepatitis B, gonorrhoea, trichomoniasis?
(a) Trichomoniasis is a STD whereas others or not.
(b) Gonorrhoea is a viral disease whereas others are bacterial
(c) HIV is a pathogen whereas others are diseases.
(d) Hepatitis B is eradicated completely whereas others are not.
Which of the following contraceptive devices make uterus unsuitable for implantation?
(a) Progestasert (b) CuT
(c) Lippe's loop (d) Multiload
Saheli, is an oral contraceptive pill that has very high contraceptive value with little side effects. It is because
1. it is taken once in a week
2. it contains synthetic progesterone
3. it contains centchroman
4. it decreases risk of cancer
I. Rapid decline in death rate.
II. Rapid increase in MMR and IMR
III. Rapid decline in MMR and IMR
IV. Increase in number of people in the reproductive age group
V. Rapid increase in the death rate
What are the causes of higher population growth?
(1) All of the above
(2) I, II, IV
(3) I, III, IV
(4) III, IV, V
What does the slogan "Hum Do Hamare Do" aim at?
(1) Raising of the marriageable age
(2) Family Planning
(4) Economic growth
What is true for an ideal contraceptive?
I. It should be user-friendly
II. It should be easily available
III. It should be ineffective and reversible with least side effects
IV. It should be effective and reversible with least side effects.
V. It should interfere with the sexual act of the user
(1) All of the above
(2) I, II, III
(3) I, II, IV
(4) I, II, IV, V
What is true of natural methods of contraception?
(1) They increase phagocytosis of sperms
(2) They employ barriers to prevent fertilization
(3) They are natural ways of avoiding chances of fertilization
(4) They are surgical methods and are terminal methods
On which days of the menstrual cycle is ovulation expected?
What is the method called where the male withdraws his penis just before ejaculation?
(1) Coitus interruptus
(2) Lactational amenorrhoea
(4) Both (1) and (3)
What is true for "Lactational amenorrhoea"?
I. It means absence of menstruation
II. Ovulation does not occur during the lactational period
III. Chances of failure of contraception are almost nil upto six months following parturition
IV. Side effects are almost nil
V. Contraceptive efficiency reduces after the period of intense lactation
VI. It is a natural method of contraception
VII. It increases phagocytosis of sperms
(1) II, III, IV, V, VI
(2) All except VII
(3) II, III, IV, V
(4) All of the above
Barrier methods are available for:
(1) Only males
(2) Only females
(3) Both (a) and (b)
(4) None of these
Diaphragms, cervical caps and vaults are:
(1) For females only
(2) For males only
(3) For males and females
(4) None of these
I. Inhibit ovulation and implantation
II. Alter the quality of cervical mucus to prevent or retard the entry of sperms
III. Prevent the ejaculated semen from entering the female vagina
IV. Inhibit spermatogenesis
1. All of the above
2. I, II, III
3. I, II
4. I, III, IV
STDs lead to:
(1) Itching, fluid discharge, slight pain, swellings, etc.
(2) Pelvic Inflammatory Diseases (PID), ectopic pregnancies, still births, infertility, abortions, etc.
(3) Both (1) and (2)
(4) None of the above
State which is true:
I. Abortions could happen spontaneously too.
II. Infertility is the inability to produce viable offsprings due to defects in the female partner only
III. Complete lactation could help in contraception
IV. Creating awareness can help create a reproductively healthy society
1. I, III, IV
2. I, II, III
3. II, III
4. III, IV
Using which contraceptive also provides protection from contracting STDs and AIDs?
(2) Spermicidal foams
(4) Lactational amenorrhoea
Lactational amenorrhea method of contraception is based on the fact that:
Which of these sexually transmitted diseases is caused by a virus?
3. genital herpes