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Mental Health Nursing

Nursing

Quiz 26 :

Sexuality and Gender

Quiz 26 :

Sexuality and Gender

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A man says, "I enjoy watching women when I am out in public. I like to go to places where I can observe women crossing their legs in hopes of seeing something good." Which statement about this behaviour is most accurate?
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A

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A new staff nurse tells the clinical nurse specialist, "I am unsure about my role when patients bring up sexual problems." The clinical nurse specialist should give clarification by saying which of the following?
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B

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A respected university coach was arrested after a student reported the coach attempted to have sexual contact. Which nursing action has priority in the period immediately following the coach's arrest?
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B

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A woman tells the nurse, "My partner is frustrated with me. I don't have any natural lubrication when we have sex." What type of sexual disorder is evident?
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A patient's medical record documents gender as unknown. This patient may be addressed in which of the following ways?
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An adult consulted a nurse practitioner because of an inability to achieve orgasm for 2 years, despite having been sexually active. This adult was frustrated and expressed concerns about the relationship with the sexual partner. Which nursing diagnosis is most appropriate for this scenario?
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A man presents to the nurse stating, "Intercourse with my new bride is painful for her and she seems disinterested in doing this with me." How may you address the patient's complaint?
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An adult seeks treatment for homosexual desires. The adult has not acted on these urges but feels shame. Which finding best indicates that this adult is making progress in understanding and accepting the desires?
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While performing an assessment, the nurse says to a patient, "While growing up, most of us heard some half-truths about sexual matters that continue to puzzle us as adults. Do any come to your mind now?" What is the purpose of this question?
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Which characteristic fits the usual profile of an individual diagnosed with gender dysphoria?
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An adult experienced a myocardial infarction 6 months ago. At a follow-up visit, he says, "I haven't had much interest in sex since my heart attack. I finished my rehabilitation program, but having sex strains my heart. I don't know if my heart is strong enough." Which nursing diagnosis applies?
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A patient tells the nurse that his sexual functioning is normal when his wife wears short, red camisole-style nightgowns. He states, "Without the red teddies, I am not interested in sex." The nurse can assess this as consistent with which of the following?
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A woman consults the nurse practitioner because she has not achieved orgasm for 2 years, despite having been sexually active. The nurse may initially explore with the patient, which of the following?
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An indigenous patient describes being conflicted about the presence of both a female and male energy in her body. The patient is referring to which indigenous cultural perspective on sexuality?
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A nurse is performing an assessment for a 59-year-old man who has hypertension. What is the rationale for including questions about prescribed medications and their effects on sexual function in the assessment?
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Which statement about intersex is accurate?
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Which nursing action should occur first regarding a patient who has a problem of sexual dysfunction or sexual disorder?
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A nurse is anxious about assessing the sexual history of a patient who is considerably older than the nurse is. Which statement would be most appropriate for obtaining information about the patient's sexual practices?
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An adult consulted a nurse practitioner because of an inability to achieve orgasm for 2 years, despite having been sexually active. This adult was frustrated and expressed concerns about the relationship with the sexual partner. Which documentation best indicates the treatment was successful?
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A parent who is very concerned about a 3-year-old son says, "He likes to play with girls' toys. Do you think he is homosexual or mentally ill?" Which response by the nurse most professionally describes the current understanding of gender identity?
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