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Women's Sexual and Reproductive Rights Multiple Choice Questions for Vol. 20, No. 3

Women's Sexual and Reproductive Rights Multiple Choice Questions for Vol. 20, No. 3 1. Relating to abuse of women's sexual and reproductive rights (WSRR) the following statements are true: (a) There is a direct relationship between socio-economic status and mortality and morbidity from unsafe abortion, even in countries where abortion is legal.</P>(b) Discrimination and poorer clinical care has been shown to occur commonly for women who present to health care providers for complications due to termination.</P>(c) Obstetricians/gynaecologists provide medical barriers to access to emergency contraception mainly due to their own personal, ethical and religious beliefs.</P>(d) Medical opposition to the provision of non-medical health care birth attendants is an example of a violation of a woman's reproductive rights.</P>(e) There is evidence that sexual violence and coercion are closely associated with gynaecological pelvic pain symptoms and menstrual disorders </P>2. Legal issues relating to WSRR (a) Gender-based female feticide based on prenatal sex determination by ultrasound in India has been largely abolished by government legislation outlawing this practice.</P>(b) Provision of a safe female genital mutilation (FGM) service in countries with a high incidence is recommended to reduce the morbidity associated with this procedure</P>(c) Despite incidence rates as high as 90% in some countries, the majority of governments of countries where FGM is practiced have http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Best Practice & Research Clinical Obstetrics & Gynaecology Elsevier
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