Contraception (Case study) solved

Casey, a 17-year-old female, has never been
pregnant, presents to the clinic asking for a contraceptive method.
She shares that she has never used any birth control except for
foam purchased over the counter. She
says her boyfriend uses condoms, but not all the time. She has
had 3 lifetime partners beginning
with her first boyfriend at age 15. This is her first visit for an exam
and she is “kind of scared.”
She says that the last time she and her boyfriend had sex, they
did not use condoms or foam. She
heard her friend talk about a shot, but she is afraid of needles and
wants to know what else she
can use. She shares that she has never been ill, does not take
any medication, smokes marijuana
on the weekends with her boyfriend, and sometimes drinks
On exam, her height is 5′ 2″, weight is 105lbs, and BP is 110/62.
1. What additional history is required before discussing birth
control options?
2. What assessment and labs must you obtain for this visit before prescribing hormonal
3. Which contraceptive methods will suit her needs? And why?
Which methods are not
recommended for Casey and why?
4. What information will you provide regarding each contraceptive
method recommended?
5. What additional education will you provide for Casey?
1. Paper must be 5 pages in length not including the title and
reference pages.
2. Paper must include a minimum of four to five scholarly sources.
3. Current APA format must be used to style the paper and to cite
4. Sources should be integrated into the paragraphs.
5. Please use internal citations pointing to evidence in the
literature and supporting the ideas.
6. Please try to include/explain teen pregnancy incidence,
statistics for sexual activity among teens, most common birth
control methods, and other relevant to the population
(adolescents) issues.

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