Levels of human sexual intercourse.

After studying the course materials located on Module 3: Lecture Materials & Resources page, answer the following:

  1. Name and explain the levels of human sexual intercourse.
  2. Difference between reproduction and procreation.
  3. What are the two dimensions of intimacy?
  4. Contraception:
  5. Non-Therapeutic sterilization; bioethical analysis
  6. Principle of double effect; explain
  7. Bioethical analysis of:
  8. In Vitro Fertilization(IVF):
    • Process
    • Bioethical analysis of IVF
  9. Bioethical analysis of “to have a child”
  10. Read and summarize ERD paragraphs #: 40, 41, 42, 48, 52, 53.

Submission Instructions:

Requirements: 3 pages

Read and watch the lecture resources & materials below early in the week to help you respond to the discussion questions and to complete your assignment(s).

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Answer preview

Mechanical contraception involves using condoms, intrauterine devices, and cervical sponges to prevent pregnancy. Surgical contraception involves clinical processes such as tubal ligation in women and vasectomies in men (Lucke & Hall, 2014). Chemical contraception is the ingestion of estrogens and progestin in pills and using injection doses to prevent procreation.

  1. Risks / Side effects

The risks of contraceptives are health issues such as stroke, liver tumors, and blood clots. Also, it is linked to high risks of breast cancer and heart attack. The side effects of contraceptives include increased weight, vaginal infection, nausea, and dizziness. Other side effects are abdominal pain, irregular bleeding, headaches, and changes in appetite.

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Levels of human sexual intercourse.