Life Management Skills v10

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1. Complications from genital herpes include: recurrent painful sores psychological distress possible transmission to baby for pregnant women all of the above

2. Symptoms of genital herpes include: weak nails painful sores flu-like symptoms B and C

3. Some people are infected with the herpes virus, but have no symptoms of the disease. True False

4. Since there are sometimes no symptoms of genital herpes, someone can have the disease and not know it. True False

5. Gonorrhea can be passed from the mother to her baby resulting in blindness and life-threatening blood infection in the baby? True False

6. In men, there are some noticeable symptoms or side effects if Gonorrhea is contracted. True False

7. Symptoms of Gonorrhea will always appear within men during the first 7-10 days after exposure to the Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacterium. True False

8. Symptoms of gonorrheal infection include which of the following? Choose the best possible answer. Nose bleeds, missed periods, a rash around the vagina Painful, burning sensation when urinating, vaginal bleeding between periods, increased vaginal discharge Increased vaginal discharge, nose bleeds, a rash on the breast area. Bladder infections, painful bowel movements, nose bleeds

9. In women, Gonorrhea is a common cause of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). Which of the following is not a symptom of PID? Choose the best possible answer. Chronic back pain Chronic pelvic pain Ectopic pregnancy Tubal pregnancy

10. Which of the following are symptoms of Hepatitis C? jaundice Fatigue abdominal pain all of the above are symptoms of Hepatitis C

11. It is possible to have chronic Hepatitis C and not feel sick. True False

12. Having unprotected sex with an Hepatitis C (HCV) infected partner, may put you at risk for contracting HCV. True False

13. Over time Hepatitis C may lead to cirrhosis of the liver. True False

14. Symptoms of HPV include: genital warts an itchy rash no symptoms A and C

15. High-risk HPV can lead to: genital warts cervical cancer breast cancer heart attacks in men

16. If the person is in Primary Syphilis he/she will USUALLY have: One chancre (syphilis sore) More than one chancre sore One chancre with pain No symptoms

17. The cure for Syphilis is: None, Syphilis cannot be cured An injection of penicillin (one or more depending upon which stage). Anti-viral drugs which are scheduled during each stage Rest and drink plenty of fluids

18. During pregnancy, the syphilis bacterium can infect the unborn baby. Depending upon how long she has been infected, the unborn baby could die shortly after birth could be stillborn (baby born dead) could not have any symptoms and if not treated might have, seizures, or die. All of the above

19. There is no treatment for HPV, although in otherwise healthy people, it usually goes away on its own. True False

20. HPV is the most commonly sexually transmitted infection. True False.

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