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Men's Health Guide: Preventing Infection

1. Which of the following STDs is caused by bacteria?

A. Hepatitis B. Herpes C. HPV D. Gonorrhea

2. Which of the following statements is most accurate?

A. Circumcision lowers the risk of acquiring HIV, but increases the risk of acquiring genital herpes. B. Circumcision increases the risk of acquiring HIV, but lowers the risk of acquiring genital herpes. C. Circumcision increases the risk of acquiring genital herpes. D. Circumcision lowers the risk of acquiring HIV.

3. Chlamydia can be treated but not cured with antibiotics.

A. True B. False

4. Which of the following statements is most accurate?

A. The first herpes outbreak often occurs within 2 weeks after contracting the virus from an infected person. B. The first herpes outbreak often occurs within 4 weeks after contracting the virus from an infected person. C. The first herpes outbreak often occurs within 6 weeks after contracting the virus from an infected person. D. " The first herpes outbreak often occurs within 8 weeks after contracting the virus from an infected person. "

5. Condoms can fully protect individuals from acquiring HPV.

A. True B. False

6. A 28-year-old male patient is recently diagnosed with gonorrhea. The patient has questions about gonorrhea. Which of the following counseling points should be expressed to the patient regarding gonorrhea?

A. Gonorrhea can be treated, but not cured, with antibiotics. B. Stop the antibiotic immediately if side effects are experienced. C. Be sure to finish the antibiotic regimen. D. If left untreated, gonorrhea always results in infertility.

7. Which of the following statements regarding syphilis is most accurate?

A. Syphilis can only be cured with antibiotics in the first stage of the disease. B. Syphilis can only be cured with antibiotics in the second stage of the disease. C. Syphilis can be cured with antibiotics in all stages of the disease. D. Syphilis cannot be cured with antibiotics.

8. Trichomoniasis is an infection caused by a tiny parasite.

A. True B. False

9. Which of the following statements regarding hepatitis A is most accurate?

A. An individual may acquire hepatitis A by touching contaminated surfaces and then placing his or her hands near or in the mouth. B. An individual cannot acquire hepatitis A by touching contaminated surfaces and then placing his or her hands near or in the mouth. C. An individual cannot acquire hepatitis A by using a contaminated fork. D. An individual can acquire hepatitis A by using a contaminated fork only if he or she is over the age of 65.

10. Which of the following statements regarding hepatitis B is most accurate?

A. Signs of acute hepatitis B can appear within 3 days after an individual gets the virus. B. Signs of acute hepatitis B can appear within 3 weeks after an individual gets the virus. C. Signs of acute hepatitis B can appear within 3 months after an individual gets the virus. D. Signs of acute hepatitis B can appear within 3 years after an individual gets the virus.

11. A male patient is recently diagnosed with hepatitis C. The patient has questions about hepatitis C. Which of the following counseling points should be expressed to the patient regarding hepatitis C?

A. Hepatitis C cannot be cured. B. Hepatitis C can be cured. C. Weight gain is a sign of hepatitis C. D. Weakness is not a sign of hepatitis C.

12. UTIs cannot be spread between people.

A. True B. False

13. A 36-year-old male patient is recently diagnosed with epididymitis. The patient has questions about epididymitis. Which of the following counseling points should be expressed to the patient regarding epididymitis?

A. Anti-inflammatory medications will not help treat epididymitis. B. Stop the medication immediately if side effects are experienced. C. Be sure to finish the antibiotic regimen. D. Be sure to finish the antiviral medication.

14. "Condoms kept in a wallet, stored somewhere warm, or that have been washed in the washer should not be used."

A. True B. False

15. Which of the following statements is most accurate?

A. Fevers are very common with colds. B. Headaches are very common with colds. C. Body aches are common with the flu. D. "Individuals with the flu always experience sneezing."

16. A 38-year-old male patient asks for counseling regarding the use of an alcohol hand cleaner. Which of the following counseling points should be expressed to the patient regarding the use of an alcohol hand cleaner?

A. When using an alcohol hand cleaner, individuals should continue rubbing hands for at least 10 seconds. B. When using an alcohol hand cleaner, individuals should continue rubbing hands for at least 15 seconds. C. When using an alcohol hand cleaner, individuals should continue rubbing hands for at least 20 seconds. D. When using an alcohol hand cleaner, individuals should continue rubbing hands for at least 30 seconds.

17. Which of the following statements is most accurate?

A. Individuals should replace their contact lens storage case at least once every 3 months. B. Individuals should replace their contact lens storage case at least once every 4 months. C. Individuals should replace their contact lens storage case at least once every 5 months. D. Individuals should replace their contact lens storage case at least once every 6 months.


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