Oral contraceptives contain:
1.  Progesterone
2.  LH
3.  Oxytocin
4.  Sterols

Subtopic:  Hormonal Contraceptives, Emergency Contraception & Terminal Methods |
 95%
From NCERT
AIPMT - 1998
To view explanation, please take trial in the course.
NEET 2023 - Target Batch - Aryan Raj Singh
Hints
To view explanation, please take trial in the course.
NEET 2023 - Target Batch - Aryan Raj Singh

Which substance can be used as a male contraceptive in the future:

 
1. FSH 2. LH
3. Testosterone 4. Progesterone
Subtopic:  Hormonal Contraceptives, Emergency Contraception & Terminal Methods |
 59%
AIPMT - 1999

Sorry!! currently, the explanation for the question is not provided. If you need further help, please email at support@neetprep.com with subject: Explanation Missing for Question Id: 265175

Hints

Which is showing accurate pairing:

1. Syphilis - Treponema pallidum

2. AIDS - Bacillus conjugalis

3. Gonorrhoea - Leishmania denovoni

4. Typhoid – Mycobacterium leprae

Subtopic:  Sexually Transmitted Infections |
 83%
AIPMT - 2000
Please attempt this question first.
Hints

What is the work of copper T:

1. To inhibit ovulation

2. To inhibit fertilization

3. To inhibit implantation of the blastocyst

4. To inhibit gametogenesis

Subtopic:  Contraception: Barrier Methods & IUDs |
AIPMT - 2000
Please attempt this question first.
Hints

What is the work of progesterone which is present in oral contraceptive pills:
 

1. To inhibit ovulation
2. To check oogenesis
3. To check the entry of sperms into the cervix & to make them inactive
4. To check sexual behavior
Subtopic:  Hormonal Contraceptives, Emergency Contraception & Terminal Methods |
 83%
From NCERT
AIPMT - 2000
To view explanation, please take trial in the course.
NEET 2023 - Target Batch - Aryan Raj Singh
Hints
To view explanation, please take trial in the course.
NEET 2023 - Target Batch - Aryan Raj Singh

Test tube baby means a baby that is born when:
 

1. It is developed in a test tube
2. It is developed through the tissue culture method
3. The ovum is fertilized externally and thereafter implanted in the uterus
4. It develops from a non-fertilized egg
Subtopic:  Infertility |
 89%
From NCERT
AIPMT - 2003
Please attempt this question first.
Hints
Please attempt this question first.