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MRCOG Part 2, MRCOG II

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Forum >> MRCOG II 2018 Theme
MRCOG II 2018 Theme Posted by Farrukh G.
Thu Sep 20, 2018 03:14 pm

1) A general practitioner telephones for advise about a 51 year old woman who had a the MIRENA IUS inserted at the age of 47 years for contraception and heavy menstrual bleeding. The woman has not had any menstrual periods for 3 years and is considering removal of the intra-uterine device.     

2) A general practitioner telephones for advise about a 51 year old woman who had a the MIRENA IUS inserted 5 years ago for contraception and heavy menstrual bleeding. The woman has not had any menstrual periods for 3 years but started oestrogen-only HRT 6 months ago.

 

A) Replace IUS now

B) Remove IUS now

C) Remove IUS in 12 months

D) Replace IUS in 12 months

E) Replace IUS in 2 years

F) Remove IUS in 2 years

G) Remove IUS at age 54 years

H) Remove IUS at age 55 years  

I) Replace IUS at age 55 years

J) Check serum progesterone levels

K) Check serum oestradiol levels

L) Check serum anti-Mullerian hormone levels 

Posted by Farrukh G.
Sat Sep 22, 2018 04:43 am

1) A

2) H

 

IUCD (MRCOG II July 2018)

•    Mirena is licensed for 5 years for contraception and for HMB and for 4 years for endometrial protection during oestrogen-only HRT.

•    The Mirena LNG-IUS may be used for contraception until the age of 55 if inserted at age 45 or over even if the woman is not amenorrhoeic

•    Women using Mirena for HMB only can keep the device in situ for as long as it is effective, irrespective of the age at which it was inserted

•    Women using Mirena for endometrial protection in an HRT regimen must have their device changed every 5 years.

 

Posted by Vidhi  C.
Mon Mar 18, 2019 09:27 pm

shouldnt choice of 1. be H. and Choice of 2. A  as oestrogen only HRT is being given , hence mirena now must be changed as it will not give endometrial protection