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HHP 2603

by: Ashlee Creech
Ashlee Creech
OK State
GPA 2.8

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Notes over the different contraceptives and sexual diseases
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This 9 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ashlee Creech on Thursday February 25, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HHP 2603 at Oklahoma State University taught by Anthony Lee in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 21 views. For similar materials see Total Wellness in Nursing and Health Sciences at Oklahoma State University.

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Date Created: 02/25/16
HHP 2/22/16 Notes Contraceptives Hormonal Methods (Birth Control) Oral- 99% effective Many times: Progestin or progestin/estrogen Triphasic vs. Monophasic Doesn’t protect against STDs Take a pill every day at the same time $25.00 Side effects: (BCP) Stomach cramps or bloating Weight gain Nausea Bleeding or spotting between menstrual periods Change in menstrual flow Painful or missed periods Breast tenderness Contraindications Cigarette smoking Symptoms can worsen if you have a history of: heart attack; stroke; Blood clots; cancer; Liver tumor Migraines with changes in vision Seasonal (Women only) 99% effective Progesterone and Estrogen 91 day pack (84 active; 7 placebo) Reduces periods to 4 per year Side effects similar to BCP Costs $350.00-$400.00 ($96.40 generic) The patch (Ortho Evra) 99% effective HHP 2/22/16 Notes Estrogen and Progestin Applied once a week for 3 weeks Transdermal You can put it anywhere: Buttocks; Abdomen, Upper torso; Upper outer arm Side effects: BCP Cost: $49.65 Vaginal Ring (Nuva Ring) 99% effective Small, one size fits all plastic ring Estrogen and progesterone Protection for 3 weeks Side effects similar to BCP in addition to vaginal discharge, infection or irritation; rash or sinusitis Cost $48.65 Depo Provera 99% effective Contraception injection Progesterone only Injection every 3 months Side effects: Similar to BCP in addition to depressed mood; dizziness; hair loss; acne; bone density loss Cost $107 Implanon 99% effective Progesterone only Placed under the skin of the upper arm Effective for 3 years Noticeable Cost $500-$750 (Approximately $20 per month) Intrauterine Device (IUD) 99% effective HHP 2/22/16 Notes T-shaped plastic device Progesterone only 5 yrs or less length of use Fertility returns within one year Costs up to $450.00 Non-hormonal Methods (Barrier-condom) Male condom Thin sheath placed over the erect penis 97% effective Effectiveness increases with the use of spermicide Variety of sizes, colors, lubricants and textures Latex vs. natural fiber (in case of allergies) Inexpensive Check the expiration date Female condom Thin sheath placed in the vagina 95% effective A new one must be used every time sexual intercourse occurs Can be inserted up to 8 hrs prior to intercourse Cost approximately $300 Intrauterine Device (IUD) T-shaped plastic device 99% effective Copper covered 10 yr length of use Fertility returns within one month Cost $250.00 Diaphragm 94% effective Dome-shaped rubber disc Used in conjunction with spermicide HHP 2/22/16 Notes Inserted 6-8 hours before sex! Can be remove 8 hrs after sex but within 24 hrs Cost $35 Doesn’t protect against STIs Cervical caps 91% effective but only 84% for those who have had a child Soft rubber cup with a round rim Provides continuous protection for up to 48 hrs Vaginal Spermicides Foams, creams, jellies Suppositories Vaginal contraceptive film Recommended in combination with other barrier methods Natural Family Planning (Pulling out method) Fertility Awareness Method Calendar method Temperature method Mucus method Withdrawal (Contraindictated) Permanent Methods (Surgical; female/male sterilization) Tubal Ligation (Tubes tied for females) Essure (Small coil) in oviduct Vasectomy (Basically the same thing for males as tubes tied for females) Hysterectomy (Medical issues) Women go get their tubes tied more than men Advantages and disadvantages Effectiveness Convenience Cost Reversibility HHP 2/22/16 Notes Side effects and risks Protection against STDs (Previously known as STI) Emergency contraceptives: Morning after pill, plan B one step, Next choice 89% effective Progestin or Estrogen/Progestin Most effective if taken within 24 hrs (12-120) Side effects may include nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, fatigue and headache Mifepristone/ Misoprostol Abortion pill or RU 486 Most effective (95-98%) for pregnancy less than 9 weeks Stopping the supply of hormones that maintains the interior of the uterus Uterine contraction Abortion Roe v. Wade- 1973 Still under political debate Only possible in the 1 and 2 nd semester States can regulate abortion meaning there is no “under burden” Sexually Transmitted Diseases/infection (STDs/STIs): Four key points- Anyone can contract an STD Many STDs have NO symptoms Females tend to have more severe problems Most STDs CAN be treated General signs and symptoms: Painful urination Genital Discharge Skin changes Genital itching Abdominal pain Bacterial STIs: HHP 2/22/16 Notes Gonorrhea (#1 in Oklahoma) Incubation period Male 2-7 days (up to 30 days) Female- Uncertain If there are symptoms, they will usually appear within 10 days Males usually have symptoms such as: Discharge from penis Burning when urination Swelling of head of penis Inflammation of prostate, bladder and epididymis Females will mostly not have symptoms but if they do then: Abnormal vagina discharge Pain or burning during urination Bleeding between periods Boils of lubricating glands- When they are popped discharge comes out Pelvic inflammatory Disease (PID) Infection of newborn (Spreads from the mom to the baby during pregnancy) Males and Females: Sterility (No viable sperm/eggs) Serious infection of genital organs, joints, heart valves or brain Death from the untreated infections Chlamydia (Chlamydia trachomatis) (#2 in Oklahoma) Incubation period is 1-3 weeks Males: Discharge from penis Urethra itches Acute and painful inflammation of testicle Sterility Females: Painful urination Abnormal vaginal discharge HHP 2/22/16 Notes Irregular vaginal bleeding Painful sexual intercourse Infection in newborn baby PID Syphilis (Treponema pallidum): Infection of the brain or heart Infection of the baby in the uterus Incubation period is 10 days-3 months (Average is 3 weeks) Three Stages: 1) Primary- Chancre 2) Secondary- Skin rash and/or hair loss Flu like symptoms Alopecia 3) Latent (Not as severe)(hidden) 4) Tertiary- Nervous and cardiovascular system, skin If it is not taken care of it can result in: Stillbirth Death of newborn Anemia Meningitis Kidney and liver infection (Doctors check this through blood samples) Bacteria STDs: Can occur more than once Uncomfortable Could get it again because you can become immune to it Infertility Permanent damage if not treated Can be cured with antibiotics Viral STDs: Genital herpes (Herpes simplex virus-2 types) HSV, incubation period is 2-10 days Symptoms: HHP 2/22/16 Notes Itching and burning Small red blisters Pain in legs, buttocks and genitals Feeling of pressure in abdomen Vaginal discharge Fever, headaches, muscle aches Painful or difficult urination Swollen glands in groin area Genital warts Symptoms- may have one yet complications later Warts Complications- Cervical cancer, vulvar cancer, anal cancer Warts may enlarge during pregnancy Warts can make their way into the throats of infants Other viral STDs: Human Immunodeficiency virus Hepatitis B Both these virus’ are shared through blood Can be shared through LARGE amounts of spit and sperm Pubic lice (Pediculosis Pubis) (“Crabs”) Symptoms: Itching Blue or gray spots on skin Insects or eggs in pubic hair Tiny blood spots Cures by shaving hair and using special shampoo Scabies (Sarcoptes Scabiel) Intense itching Genital organs, buttocks, nipples, between fingers, legs, ankles and feet HHP 2/22/16 Notes Around belt line, stomach, wrists and elbows Trichomoniasis (Trichomonas vaginalis) (occurs for both men and women): Males- No symptoms Females- Most of the time there are no symptoms but: Heavy, yellow-green or gray vaginal discharge Discomfort during intercourse Painful urination Vaginal odor Most common, curable disease If untreated then: May increase risk of getting infected with HIV May cause low birth weight babies or premature delivery


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