Flashcards For NEET Biology - Reproductive Health

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Name of the NEET sub-section

Topic

Flashcards helpful for

Biology

Reproductive Health

NEET exams

 

class 12 reproductive health 1
class 12 reproductive health 2
class 12 reproductive health 3
class 12 reproductive health 4
class 12 reproductive health 5

 

Reproductive Health

Amniocentesis

Amniotic fluid is taken out and analysed for any genetic disorder

Misused for sex-determination of the foetus

Natural methods of contraception

Periodic abstinence

coitus interruptus

Lactational amenorrhea

Lactational amenorrhea

Absence of menstrual cycle or ovulation during lactation after parturition or childbirth for around six months

Barrier methods of contraception

Condom

Diaphragms

Cervical caps

Vaults

Non-medicated IUDs

Increase sperm phagocytosis in uterus

E.g. Lippes loop

Copper releasing IUDs

Suppress motility and fertilising capacity of sperms

E.g. CuT, Multiload 375, Cu7

Hormone releasing IUDs

Uterus becomes unsuitable for implantation and suppressed motility of sperms and ovulation

E.g. Progestasert, LNG-20

Oral contraceptive pills

Contain progestogens or estrogen-progestogen combination

Inhibit ovulation, implantation and suppress motility of sperms by altering the cervical mucus quality

E.g. Saheli (centchroman) is non-steroidal and estrogen receptor modulator

Vasectomy

Permanent contraception

Sterilisation method in males

A portion of vas deferens is removed and tied to prevent sperms entering the urethra

Tubectomy

Permanent contraception

Sterilisation method in females

Fallopian tube is blocked by removing a small portion and tying to prevent ovum from reaching uterus

Venereal diseases

Sexually transmitted infections

E.g. AIDS, hepatitis-B, trichomoniasis, syphilis, gonorrhoea, genital warts, herpes, chlamydiasis

In vitro fertilisation (IVF)

Fertilisation outside the body

ZIFT- zygote intrafallopian transfer

IUT- intrauterine transfer

ICSI- intracytoplasmic sperm injection

In vivo fertilisation

Fertilisation inside the female

GIFT- gamete intrafallopian transfer

AI- artificial insemination

IUI- intrauterine insemination

ZIFT

Zygote intrafallopian transfer

Transfer of early zygote, having maximum 8 blastomeres

IUT

Intrauterine transfer

Transfer of embryo with more than 8 blastomeres, mostly blastocyst stage

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