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Postpartum Contraception

by Veronica Gillispie, MD, FACOG
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    The lecture Postpartum Contraception by Veronica Gillispie, MD, FACOG is from the course Postpartum Care. It contains the following chapters:

    • Postpartum Contraception
    • Non Reversible Contraceptives

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    1. 98% effective
    2. 82% effective
    3. 99% effective
    4. 60% effective
    5. 75% effective
    1. Copper intrauterine device
    2. Mirena intrauterine device
    3. An upper arm implantable device
    4. E-Sure (Hysteroscopic tubal ligation)
    5. Condom and spermicide combined
    1. A hysterosalpingogram should be done 12 weeks after the procedure to assure it has worked.
    2. It is a long acting reversible type of contraception.
    3. It should be performed within six weeks of delivery.
    4. It involves removing a portion of the fallopian tubes.
    5. Side effects include irregular menstrual cycles.
    1. Prolactin levels are increased, diminishing ovulation
    2. Prolactin levels are increased, increasing ovulation
    3. Prolactin levels do not have any effect on ovulation
    4. Prolactin levels are decreased, diminishing ovulation
    5. Prolactin levels are decreased, increasing ovulation
    1. Blocks the fallopian tubes with scared coils
    2. Creates a sterile environment that kills sperm
    3. Increases thickness of cervical mucous
    4. Thins the endometrial lining
    5. Decreases fallopian tube mobility
    1. 82%
    2. 65%
    3. 99%
    4. 95%
    5. 50%

    Author of lecture Postpartum Contraception

     Veronica Gillispie, MD, FACOG

    Veronica Gillispie, MD, FACOG


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