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3.00 Healthy Pregnancy Review. 1. During which stage of prenatal development do the face, eyes, ears, and limbs begin to develop? A. Conception B. First.

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1 3.00 Healthy Pregnancy Review

2 1. During which stage of prenatal development do the face, eyes, ears, and limbs begin to develop? A. Conception B. First trimester C. Second trimester D. Third trimester B

3 2. Which is an example of a pregnant woman getting the appropriate amount of physical activity and exercise? A. Amy plays tag football with the guys on weekends. B. Brenda goes for long strenuous hikes in the mountains. C. Candy plays soccer most afternoons. D. Wanda does exercise to help strengthen the areas of her body related to the birth process. D

4 3. During which stage of pregnancy does a fetus begins to suck its thumb, swallow, hiccup, and move around? A. Conception B. First trimester C. Second trimester D. Third trimester C

5 4. During the fourth month, second trimester, a typical fetus is: A. 1 inch long. B. 3 inches long. C inches long. D inches long. B

6 5. What is the size of the zygote during the first month of pregnancy? A. Pinhead B. 1/4 inch long C. 1 inch long D. 3 inches long A

7 6. What is a likely cause of a woman having a Cesarean birth? A. The baby is premature. B. The cervix is dilated. C. The contractions are very strong. D. The mother is delivering twins. D

8 7. Which is an example of a pregnant woman getting the appropriate amount of rest and sleep? A. Ann takes three two-hour naps each day. B. Beth sleeps six hours maximum each night. C. Carol goes to bed at eleven o'clock and gets up at seven. D. Donna stays up all night when she needs to meet deadlines. C

9 8. When will a baby be a boy? A. An ovum unites with a sperm and then divides into two zygotes. B. An ovum unites with a sperm carrying a Y chromosome. C. An ovum unites with a sperm carrying an X chromosome. D. Two sperm unite with two eggs at the same time and make two zygotes. B

10 9. During which stage of pregnancy does a pregnant woman often have leg cramps, shortness of breath, and rest that is interrupted by kicking of the fetus? A. Conception B. First trimester C. Second trimester D. Third trimester D

11 10. What happens during conception? A. Ovum and sperm unite after intercourse B. Ovum attach to lining of uterus C. Sperm seal out other sperm D. Sperm swarm ovum A

12 11. Which is an example of an environmental influence on development? A. Randy has sickle cell anemia which often causes him to be tired. B. Stacy's mother smoked during pregnancy; Stacy was born prematurely and was very small. C. Tommy had an extra chromosome and has Down syndrome. D. Wayne's body cannot process certain proteins since he has Tay-Sachs disease. B

13 12. After a fertilized ovum attaches itself to the lining of the uterus, it is called a/an: A. blastocyst. B. embryo. C. fetus. D. zygote D

14 13. Which is an example of a hereditary influence on development? A. Kurt's mother had X-rays during pregnancy, and Kurt is blind and deaf. B. Linda's mother was exposed to lead paint while pregnant, and Mary is mentally challenged. C. Mike's body does not process fats in the brain and nerve cells because he has Tay-Sachs disease. D. Natalie was born with a sexually transmitted disease. C

15 14. When will the babies be fraternal twins? A. An ovum unites with a sperm and then divides into two zygotes. B. An ovum unites with a sperm carrying a Y chromosome. C. An ovum unites with a sperm carrying an X chromosome. D. Two sperm unite with two eggs at the same time and make two zygotes. D

16 15. What do obstetricians and family doctors have in common? A. Both can provide prenatal care B. Deliver babies at home C. Do not have to go to school a long time D. Have different backgrounds A

17 16. During which stage of pregnancy does a pregnant woman usually gain a total of two-to-four pounds? A. Conception B. First trimester C. Second trimester D. Third trimester B

18 17. Which is an example of an environmental influence on development? A. Michelle and her mother both have PKU and cannot process protein. B. Niki has damage to her brain from cystic fibrosis. C. Opal was exposed to lead paint and her baby was born mentally disabled. D. Paton has a recessive gene from both his parents and has sickle cell anemia. C

19 18. What is an ADVANTAGE of having a baby in an alternative birthing center over standard hospital delivery? A. Baby stays in nursery and is brought in room periodically B. Lower cost for the delivery of the baby C. Mother moved to recovery room and then to a room D. Time spent in the facility is usually longer than hospital stay. B

20 19. The doctor did an episiotomy to allow the baby's shoulder to pass through. Which stage of labor is this? A. Pre-labor B. First stage C. Second stage D. Third stage C

21 20. The baby's head was lodged in the birth canal, so the doctor used forceps to guide the baby out. Which stage of labor is this? A. Pre-labor B. First stage C. Second stage D. Third stage C

22 21. Which is an example of a nutrient- dense food that is good for pregnant women to eat? A. Cookies B. Doughnuts C. Ground hamburger meat D. Whole grains D

23 22. Which is an example of a pregnant woman getting the appropriate amount of rest and sleep? A. Carolyn sleeps late in the morning so she will not need other rest times during the day. B. Donna usually rests from one fifteen to one forty- five each day. C. Eva gets up early each morning to enjoy a cup of coffee. D. Flora goes to bed at ten in the evening and sleeps until four-thirty the next morning. B

24 23. Which is an example of a pregnant woman using healthful eating habits during pregnancy? A. Glenda eats only apples all day. B. Heather eats cheeseburgers every night. C. Irma ate three hundred extra calories per day during the last six months. D. Joyce does not like liver and other foods rich in iron; so she has to take an iron supplement. C

25 24. Which is an example of a birth defect resulting from both hereditary and environmental influences? A. Angie has brain damage as a result of an auto accident before she was born. B. Cindy has no way to use protein because of defective genes she inherited from her parents. C. One-year-old Mary has an incomplete spinal cord due to lack of folic acid and an inherited gene. D. William has an extra chromosome and is mentally disabled. C

26 25. Tonya is pregnant. She has to urinate more than usual, has morning sickness, and her breasts are enlarging. Which month of pregnancy is this? A. First B. Second C. Third D. Fourth B

27 26. What do Lamaze and Leboyer methods of delivery have in common? A. Both are a way to control pain and help birth be less shocking. B. Both have a person to coach the mother. C. Both require the mother to attend classes after birth. D. Both require the mother to use anesthesia. A

28 27. Which is an example of an environmental influence on development? A. Ira has muscular dystrophy and has trouble walking because of weak muscles. B. Jerry's body cannot process fats in the brain and nerve cells. C. Kim has Down syndrome and a very happy personality. D. Larry's mother was exposed to German measles and Larry is blind. D

29 28. An infant whose mother had x-rays during pregnancy was diagnosed with cancer. Which influence on development is this? A. Environment B. Growth C. Heredity D. Self-concept A

30 29. Which is an example of an environmental influence on development? A. Ann has blue eyes because of a recessive gene from her mother. B. Billy and his father have Tay-Sachs disease and they cannot process proteins. C. Cathy got her big nose from her father. D. Doug drank alcohol and it caused his child to have fetal alcohol syndrome. D

31 30. During which stage of pregnancy does morning sickness usually begin? A. Conception B. First trimester C. Second trimester D. Third trimester B

32 31. The pregnant woman went through effacement and the cervix became thinner. Which stage of labor is this? A. Pre-labor B. First stage C. Second stage D. Third stage B

33 32. When is a baby MOST LIKELY to have fetal alcohol syndrome? A. When he/she has been exposed to harmful substances B. When he/she is exposed to X-rays or other sources of radiation C. When he/she receives a defective dominant gene from the father D. When he/she receives defective recessive genes from both parents A

34 33. Which is an example of a hereditary influence on development? A. Devon's mother had Rubella causing Devon to be mentally disabled. B. Priscilla was born with a sexually transmitted disease. C. Rita was born addicted to drugs. D. Robert's father had weak muscles as a result of muscular dystrophy, and Robert has the same problem. D

35 34. When is a baby likely to have Tay-Sachs disease? A. When he/she has been exposed to harmful substances B. When he/she is exposed to X-rays or other sources of radiation C. When he/she receives a defective dominant gene from the father D. When he/she receives defective recessive genes from both parents D

36 35. An infant received from his mother's genes a condition called hemophilia which makes it difficult for him to stop bleeding when he is injured. Which influence on development is this? A. Environment B. Growth C. Heredity D. Self-concept C

37 36. During which stage of pregnancy are false labor pains sometimes experienced? A. Conception B. First trimester C. Second trimester D. Third trimester D

38 37. During the eighth month of pregnancy, a fetus should: A. acquire antibodies to fight disease from the mother's blood. B. react to loud noises with a reflex jerking action. C. show a decrease in movement because of less room to move. D. show periods of activity followed by periods of rest and quiet. B

39 38. Which is an example of a pregnant woman selecting appropriate clothing for her pregnancy? A. Eva loves to wear tight jeans and big, loose tops. B. Francis bought clothes made for pregnant women that she could wear for several months. C. Glenda used some clothes her sister had, but they do not fit her now. D. Hilda bought too-large, brand-name clothes during her pregnancy. B

40 39. A preschooler's mother was exposed to cats during her pregnancy, and the child has toxoplasmosis. Which influence on development is this? A. Environment B. Growth C. Heredity D. Self-concept A

41 40. During which stage of pregnancy does a pregnant woman typically have a change in posture? A. Conception B. First trimester C. Second trimester D. Third trimester D

42 41. Which is an example of a pregnant woman getting the appropriate amount of rest and sleep? A. Inez sleeps for two hours, then gets up and goes back to bed. B. Jennifer sleeps on the sofa and later goes to bed. C. Kim sleeps twelve hours per night and naps often during the day. D. Linda gets nine hours of sleep at night and one 30-minute nap during the day. D

43 42. Which is an example of a pregnant woman getting the appropriate medical care during pregnancy? A. Lydia does not like doctors; so she does not go to one. B. Myra did not go to the doctor for four months because she did not think she was pregnant. C. Norma wanted to know the gender of her baby; so had an ultrasound. D. Priscilla's doctor said her baby might have Down syndrome; so they did an amniocentesis. D

44 43. During which stage of pregnancy does a pregnant woman usually have increased urination due to pressure on her bladder? A. Conception B. First trimester C. Second trimester D. Third trimester B

45 44. The recommended weight gain during pregnancy is: A pounds. B pounds. C pounds. D pounds. B

46 45. The pregnant woman typically felt pain every 15 to 20 minutes. Which stage of labor is this? A. Pre-labor B. First stage C. Second stage D. Third stage B

47 46. The nurse began massaging the woman's abdomen after the birth. Which stage of labor is this? A. Pre-labor B. First stage C. Second stage D. Third stage D

48 47. During which stage of pregnancy does a fetus grow hair, eyelashes, and eyebrows? A. Conception B. First trimester C. Second trimester D. Third trimester C

49 48. Thomas' mother had chicken pox during the first six months of her pregnancy. Thomas has scarring of the skin, a limb defect and eye problems. Which influence on development is this? A. Environment B. Growth C. Heredity D. Self-concept A

50 49. During which stage of prenatal development are all organs first present? A. Conception B. First trimester C. Second trimester D. Third trimester B

51 50. When does a baby have sickle cell anemia? A. When he/she is born with 21 chromosomes B. When he/she receives a defective dominant gene from the mother C. When he/she receives defective recessive genes from both parents D. When his/her brain is injured before or during birth C


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