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Review Questions

1 .
To meet diagnostic criteria for sexual dysfunction as depicted in the DSM-5-TR, how long must a person have experienced the specific behavior?
  1. four weeks
  2. three months
  3. six months
  4. one year
2 .
What is a term used to describe painful intercourse?
  1. vaginismus
  2. dyspareunia
  3. anhedonia
  4. myotonia
3 .
What is a common surgical procedure that can potentially lead to erectile dysfunction in older males?
  1. prostate resection (TURP)
  2. hernia repair
  3. cystoscopy
  4. vasectomy
4 .
Orgasm is considered to be a phase in what cycle?
  1. sexual response
  2. sexual arousal
  3. sexual dysfunction
  4. sexual health
5 .
What classification of drugs is often responsible for adding stress in clients with sexual dysfunction?
  1. hormone replacements
  2. antihypertensives
  3. neuroleptics
  4. antibiotics
6 .
What is the scientific or medical term used for feeling sexually aroused by rubbing one’s body against another person against their will?
  1. exhibitionism
  2. frotteurism
  3. fetishism
  4. sexual masochism
7 .
A sexual behavior in which a person becomes aroused by a particular category of items (e.g., by lingerie) is known as what?
  1. sexual sadism
  2. pedophilia
  3. exhibitionism
  4. fetishism
8 .
What is the name of the act of feeling sexually aroused and fulfilled by giving another person physical or psychological pain?
  1. sexual sadism
  2. frotteurism
  3. sexual masochism
  4. voyeurism
9 .
An adolescent who experiences gender dysphoria is also likely to experience which of the following stressors? Select all that apply.
  1. isolation
  2. overcommitment
  3. stigma
  4. fatigue
10 .
When stressors associated with having gender dysphoria exceed the client’s ability to cope effectively with their situation, what is the nurse’s first step in responding?
  1. asking a more experienced nurse to meet with the client
  2. referring the family to a psychologist or psychiatrist
  3. giving permission to the client to talk about their feelings
  4. make specific suggestions to the client about other ways of coping with stress

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