Flashcards in Contraception Safe Sex Deck (15):
How to decrease ovarian cANCER?
ANYTHING that stops ovulation, COC, Implanon
Risk factors for contraception
STI screen is?
Gonorrhoea for women, how to test?
Urine: may not be reliable
Need swabs as well.
How long does a diaphragm need to be in after sex?
Copper IUD (most effective, 5 days out)
Olipristol(5 days out)
Progesterone (3 days out)
When was last period?
How to know if someone can have an IUD?
Look a medical eligibility criteria documents (OSCE table, look them up)
Mature minor criteria?
Know future consequences
Consequences of doing nothing
Retain, believe, communicate back
Biggest factor for having an STI
Contraindications to IUDs
PV bleeding Of unknown origin
Abnormal anatomy (bicornate uterus)
Risk of IUDs falling out?
Higher in the first cycle (5%)
Higher in nulliparous, heavy periods
Risk of IUD perforation
1:1000. Related to experience of provider
Needs immediate post-partum
Copper IUD when follow up?
Then 6 months to make sure menorrhagia
Copper IUD menstruation
First few periods are longer and heavier