Patient: Yes Doctor.
Doctor: Have you used any form of _________ before?
Patient: No, Doctor.
Doctor: What about your husband? Has he been using a _________?
Patient: No. He doesn't fancy them, but he tries to be careful.
Doctor: Did you plan _________ for the last two babies?
Patient: No, not really. I just seem to get pregnant in spite of him being careful and that's why I've come to see you today.
Doctor: Right. Now tell me a bit more about yourself. Have you ever had any serious _________ or operations?
Patient: Well, I had chicken pox when I was little – but other than that, no.
Doctor: What about your family? Anyone with _________ or high blood pressure?
Doctor: Do you _________ from headaches?
Doctor: How do you feel just before you _________?
Patient: Oh – a bit irritable, but not too badly really.
Doctor: What about your legs – any _________ veins?
Doctor: Ever have trouble with your legs?
Doctor: Ever have trouble with yellow jaundice, hay _________ or asthma?
Doctor: Now tell me about your periods. When was your last one?
Patient: The 25th of December.
Doctor: How many days do you _________?
Doctor: Are your periods _________?
Patient: Well, the first two days are pretty heavy and I see clots, but after that, they sort of ease off.
Doctor: Any pain?
Doctor: Do you bleed any _________ periods?
Doctor: Good. Have you ever had any trouble with your _________?
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Doctor: Okay. Did you tell your _________ you were coming to the clinic?
Doctor: Does he have any _________ on the choice of contraceptives?
Patient: No. He said to ask you.
Doctor: Well now. There are four main _________ of contraceptive. There is the condom, cervical cap, the pill and IUD coil. Your husband doesn't like condoms, so that leaves us to think about the others.
Patient: What's the cervical cap?
Doctor: Well, this is something which is put inside you by the doctor and it stops you from having a baby. It's not a hundred percent _________ and not really very suitable for people with heavy periods. How to you feel about the pill?
Patient: I don't really fancy that.
Doctor: Well, that _________ us with the cervical cap.
Patient: Yes. I'd like that.
Doctor: Right then. Will you come and lie on the couch. I'm just going to _________ you. Open your mouth. Let me listen to your chest. Now I'm going to feel your _________. Now I'm going to have a look at you down _________. Now I'm going to examine you inside. Good. Everything seems to be all right there. I'm going to put a cap in for you. Get _________ and go see the nurse and she'll show you how to use the cap.
Patient: Thank you.
Nurse: The doctor has left the cap in. _________ down and put your finger into the front passage. Can you feel the cap?
Nurse: Put your finger a little further back. Can you feel a lump that feels rather like the _________ of your nose?
Nurse: That is the neck of your vagina and that is the part that must be _________ by the cap. When you put in the cap, squash it from side to side like this and then slide it into your front passage pushing backwards.
(Nurse takes out cap and patient practices inserting it.)
Nurse: Good. Now in addition to the cap, it is important to use a chemical which will kill the _________. This tube of spermicidal chemical should be used every time you put the cap in. _________ two inches in the center like this and then half way around the rim like this. Put your cap in every night before you go to bed and always leave it in for 10 hours after _________.