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What is listeria?
Listeria is bacteria that can cause miscarridge. The bacteria is found in raw milk, soil, water and some animals.
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What is a foetus?
A foetus is an unborn baby from 8 weeks of pregnancy.
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Name 6 contraceptives and there effectiveness.
Male condom which is 98% effective, Femidom is 95% effective, combinded pill is 100% effective, contraceptive implant is 99% effective, Contraceptive injection 99% effective.
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What is a family?
A family is a basic unit of society.
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Advantages and disadvantages of a male condom.
Advantages are that its free from family planning clinics, its widley available and its protects both parties from STI's and AIDS. The disadvantages are that it may be split or damaged or may not be put on correctly.
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Advantages and disadvantages of a combined pill.
The advantages of a combined pill is that it is easily taken orally, although the disadvantages are that it needs a perscription and its inreliable, it can also leed to vomiting and diarrhoea.
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What is menstruation?
the process in a woman of discharging blood and other material from the lining of the uterus at intervals.
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Explain the menstural cycle.
Mensturation (Day 1-7)-The uterus lining breaks down.. Repair(8-10)Uterus lining gradually thickens up again.. Egg released.. Uterus ling remains thick waiting for fertilised egg.. If a fertilised egg doesn't appear.. the uterus lining breaks down.
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What is a foetus?

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A foetus is an unborn baby from 8 weeks of pregnancy.

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Name 6 contraceptives and there effectiveness.

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What is a family?

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Advantages and disadvantages of a male condom.

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