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define pseudocyesis

define pseudocyesis

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School: Clemson University
Department: Engineering
Course: Women and Psychology
Professor: Robin kowalski
Term: Spring 2017
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Cost: 50
Name: Women & Sexuality: Exam 2 Practice Exam
Description: This study guide is a practice exam I made using questions the professor announced would be on the exam, as well as questions that I thought would make good exams questions. It includes material from the lectures on pregnancy/childbirth, relationships, and sexuality as well as the birth control handout
Uploaded: 03/07/2017
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How is Rh-incompatibility treated?




What are the three components of preeclampsia and how is it different from Gestational hypertension?




What is preeclampsia?



Women & Sexuality: Exam 2 Practice Exam  NOTE: This practice exam includes questions which Robin announced  will be on the exam. However, this practice exam also includes  questions on information I found to be important or thought might  make a good exam question. It is important to note that thisIf you want to learn more check out rus 001
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practice  exam does not cover all possible identification terms and short answer  questions.  Identification  1. Episiotomy:  2. Oxytocin:  3. Toxoplasmosis: 4. Relaxin 5. Placenta Previa 6. Placental abruption 7. Pseudocyesis: 8. Bloody show:  9: Umbilical cord prolapse:  10: Colostrum 11. Coverture: 12. Head and master law: 13. Marriage gradient (squeeze): 14. No fault divorce law: 15. Ballooning response: 16. Orgasmic platform: 17. Gaffenberg Spot:  18. Vaginismus:19. Refractory period:  20. Intrauterine Device (IUD):  21. Diaphragm: 22. Spermicides:  23. Depo-Provera: 24. Male birth control pill: 25. Ultrasound contraception:  Short Answer/List Questions 1. What is preeclampsia? What are the three components of  preeclampsia and how is it different from Gestational hypertension?  2. Describe how Rh-incompatibility affects consecutive pregnancies.  How is Rh-incompatibility treated? 3. What is the order of happiness? 4. What is the #1 reason same-sex friendships end or fall apart? 5. What is the biggest factor impeding the development of cross-sex  friendships 6. What are the three components of the social exchange theory?  7. What are 5 factors contributing to the increased divorce rate?  8. What are the four phases of the sexual response cycle? 9. What two processes underlie the sexual response cycle?  10. How is vasocongestin present in the excitement phase of the male  and female sexual response cycle?  11. Define impotence. What are the three types of impotence?  12. What is primary and secondary Orgasm consistency?  13. What are the two phases of the male orgasm? 14. What is the difference between theoretical failure rate and actual  failure rate? 15. How does the birth control pill work? 16. What are the 4 types of rhythm methods?  17. How are males and females sterilized?  ANSWERS: Identification 1. Cutting of the perineum—the tissue and muscle between the vagina  and the anus 2. Hormone which regulates uterine contractions and lactation 3. Disease from feline feces that can take hold if women are exposed  during the time of pregnancy  4. Hormone that relaxes the joints & ligaments in the pelvic region for  easier passage of the baby  5. Where the placenta partially or totally sits on the cervix; may  shift/fix itself; bleeding occurs; C-section needed at birth 6. Where the placenta partially or totally detaches from the uterine  wall; at this point, doctors will induce labor 7. False pregnancy; phantom pregnancy: in extreme cases, the  abdomen will grow, menstruation will stop, eventually go into “labor;”  psychological issue typically correlated with a long history of  miscarriages, desperation to have their own child 8. Mucus plug; blood flow released with the release of the mucus plug 9. Occurrence where the umbilical cord comes out first 10. Amber colored fluid rich in antibodies. This fluid contributes to the  importance of breastfeeding  11. Legal doctrine prior to 1960; upon marriage, women lose legal  existence and considered an extension of the man’s will and identity;  She took his name and residence, could not accuse him of rape, had no right to his income or say in how the money was spent, and agreed to  provide domestic services without financial compensation; He agreed  to provide food, shelter, and clothing for the family as he was able 12. In Louisiana, a husband can sell the family home without his wife’s consent, and cut off her credit even if she has her own salary 13. Cream of the crop women and bottom of the barrel men get  squeezed out f the marriage system; possibly because it is more  socially acceptable for men to marry “down” 14. Partners don’t have to go fight out divorce settlements in court,  but can set up their own settlement agreement with one lawyer15. During the excitement phase, involves the upper 2/3 of the vagina; a tenting effect that allows more room for the penis 16. The swelling or thickening of tissues surrounding the outer 1/3 of  vagina for the gripping of penis 17. The female prostate: located in the upper 1/3 of the vagina; the  size of a pea or a walnut; produces female ejaculate 18. Strong, involuntary tightening of the vaginal muscles that makes  the entrance of the penis extremely difficult; most likely caused by a  history of sexual abuse 19. A length of time during resolution in which a man cannot be  stimulated to orgasm again  20. T-shaped device with a copper wire that causes a low-grade  infection, increasing the white blood cell count, killing the sperm and  egg 21. Device that fits over the cervix, preventing pregnancy by blocking  the entrance to the uterus 22. Foams, creams, and jellies containing nonoxynol-9 to prevent  pregnancy with a detergent that destroys the sperm’s outer cell  membrane and kills the sperm 23. A shot containing only progesterone that is injected every three  months to prevent pregnancy  24. A non-FDA approved testosterone and progesterone pill that stops  sperm production but also kills sex drive  25. A method of contraception not approved by the FDA that uses heat  to kill sperm. However, this method may also deform sperm and cause  defective genetic material Short Answer/ List Questions  1. Preeclampsia is a pregnancy related form of high blood pressure.  The three mandatory symptoms for a preeclampsia diagnosis are  severe edema, protein in the urine, and high blood pressure. If a  patient experiences high blood pressure without protein in the urine,  she is diagnosed with Gestational hypertension. The treatment for  preeclampsia is delivery  2. Rh-incompatibility describes an rh negative mother with rh positive  children. During her first pregnancy, the child will develop normally  and will be born healthy. However, during delivery, the two blood  systems can cross, and the mother may build up antibodies to rh  positivity. So her next child, if rh positive, will be at risk. Doctors will  prescribe the drug, rhogam, to prohibit the buildup of those antibodies. 3. The order of happiness: (1) Married men(2) Single Women (3) Married women (4) Single Men  4. The number one reason same sex friendships will come to an end is  the start of a new romantic relationship  5. Gender segregation of activities  6. Social Exchange theory: we get into relationships that maximize our  rewards and minimize our costs 1. CL: comparison level: the average outcome of all past  relationship; who you date must meet or exceed that comparison level  2. CLalt: comparison level for alternatives  3. Investment: determines if you are going to stay in a  relationship that you’re already in; psychological and physical  investment  7. Factors for increased divorce rate: 1. People are living longer: increases years a couple spends  together  2. People are having fewer children: greater focus on the couple  3. Excessive demands placed on the couple  4. People want/expect more out of marriage now 5. External barriers to divorce have broken down  8. Masters and Johnson sexual response cycle: 1. Excitement 2. Plateau 3. Orgasm 4. Resolution  9. Processes of the Sexual response cycle: 1. Vasocongestin: engorgement or concentration of blood in the  genitals  2. Myotonia: muscle contractions 10. During the excitement phase, blood flow concentrates in the male  penis and the female glans of the clitoris.  11. The inability to get or maintain an errection: 1. Organic: some actual, physical damage to the penis, possibly  in the blood vessels, that prevent an errection  2. Functional: temporary damage to the penis, usually to the  nerves, as a result of drug or alcohol use, that prevents an  errection3. Psychological: the most common form of impotence results  from psychological issues such as stress or fear that prevent an  errection  12. Orgasm consistency (organismic dysfunction): Primary: The woman has never had an orgasm before Secondary: The woman has reached orgasm before, but only in  certain situations  13. Two phases of male orgasm: 1. Ejaculatory inevitability (Status orgasmus): the point of no  return; when a man knows he’s going to orgasm and can’t stop it  2. Ejaculation  14. Theoretical failure rate describes the failure rate based on  hypothetical perfect use of the product, while the actual failure rate is  based on the average degree of carefulness. 15. When hormone levels are naturally low, they are artificially  increased by the estrogen and progestin from the pill. Estrogen inhibits FSH, so no egg is brought to maturity or released. Progestin inhibits the development of the uterine wall, so implantation is unlikely. 16. 4 types of rhythm methods: 1. Calendar method: assuming a perfect 28 day cycle, the couple would abstain from day 10-17 2. Basal body temperature: because a women’s basal body  temperature drops right before ovulation, she may chart her basal temperature over a few months and abstain from intercourse a  few days before and after she believes she is ovulating  3. Cervical mucus: Cervical mucus becomes thinner as ovulation  approaches, so a woman may chart her cervical mucus to learn  when she is ovulating and abstain from intercourse appropriately  4. Sympto-thermal method: a combination of the cervical mucus  and the basal body temperature method  17. Males are sterilized with a vasectomy, in which the vas deferens is  cut. Females are sterilized through tubal ligation, in which her tubes  are tied.

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