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Mathews Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics

2572-6501

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Recently Published Articles
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Ovarian Cancer is the Deadliest of all Gynecological Tumors

Published : 18th January 2023
Authors : Siniša Franjić*
Citation : Franjić S. (2023). Ovarian Cancer is the Deadliest of all Gynecological Tumors. Mathews J Gynecol Obstet. 7(1):22.

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Optimizing Fertility in Paediatric Disorders that Possess the Potential of Reducing Fertility and Maximization of Avoidance of Development of Male Infertility in Long Term: A Systematic Review

Published : 03rd November 2022
Authors : Kulvinder Kochar Kaur1,*, Gautam Allahbadia2, Mandeep Singh3
Citation : Kaur KK, et al. (2022). Optimizing Fertility in Paediatric Disorders that Possess the Potential of Reducing Fertility and Maximization of Avoidance of Development of Male Infertility in Long Term: A Systematic Review. Mathews J Gynecol Obstet. 6(2):21.

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Women's Right to Sexual Pleasure and Contraception

Published : 28th October 2022
Authors : Leila Samani1, Jamalodin Begjani2, Akram Sadat Sadat-Hosseini3,*, Samaneh Sadat Sadidpour4
Citation : Sadat-Hoseini AS, et al. (2022). Women's Right to Sexual Pleasure and Contraception. Mathews J Gynecol Obstet. 6(2):20.

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Transient Changes to the Menstrual Period in Women from Argentina Following Covid-19 Vaccination

Published : 11th April 2022
Authors : María I. Albamonte1*, Yanina Azás2, Candela R. González1, Alfredo D. Vitullo1
Citation : Citation: Albamonte MI, et al. (2022). Transient Changes to the Menstrual Period in Women from Argentina Following Covid-19 Vaccination. Mathews J Gynecol Obstet. 6(1):19.

Research Article

Appropriateness of Indications of Caesarean Sections in a District Setting of Cameroon

Published : 31st August 2020
Authors : Ascensius A. Mforteh1*, Sama Dohbit2, Collince Tchakounte3, Bernard Nsah4, Pascal Foumane2, Robinson E. Mbu2
Citation : Mforteh AA. (2020). Appropriateness of Indications of Caesarean Sections in a District Setting of Cameroon. Mathews J Gynecol Obstet. (5)1: 18.

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Women’s Prior Knowledge of The Abortion Law and Decision-Making on Choice of Place for Abortion Services in Accra, Ghana

Published : 26th July 2019
Author : Fred Yao Gbagbo*
Citation : Gbagbo FY. (2019). Women’s Prior Knowledge of The Abortion Law and Decision-Making on Choice of Place for Abortion Services in Accra, Ghana. Mathews J Gynecol Obstet 4(1): 17.

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