Reproductive Health


This is the LINK of the Journal where you can search for articles and submit yours.

Reproductive Health has published the following on FGM:

Esho T, Kimani S, Nyamongo I, Kimani V, Muniu S, Kigondu C, Ndavi P, Guyo J. The ‘heat’ goes away: sexual disorders of married women with female genital mutilation/cutting in Kenya. 2017 Dec 2;14(1):164. doi: 10.1186/s12978-017-0433-z. LINK

Adinew YM, Mekete BT. I knew how it feels but couldn’t save my daughter; testimony of an Ethiopian mother on female genital mutilation/cutting. 2017 Dec 1;14(1):162. doi: 10.1186/s12978-017-0434-y. LINK

Wahlberg A, Johnsdotter S, Ekholm Selling K, Källestål C, Essén B. Factors associated with the support of pricking (female genital cutting type IV) among Somali immigrants – a cross-sectional study in Sweden. 2017 Aug 8;14(1):92. doi: 10.1186/s12978-017-0351-0. LINK

Khosla R, Banerjee J, Chou D, Say L, Fried ST. Gender equality and human rights approaches to female genital mutilation: a review of international human rights norms and standards. 2017 May 12;14(1):59. doi: 10.1186/s12978-017-0322-5. LINK 

Doucet MH, Pallitto C, Groleau D. Understanding the motivations of health-care providers in performing female genital mutilation: an integrative review of the literature. 2017 Mar 23;14(1):46. doi: 10.1186/s12978-017-0306-5. LINK

Mwanri L, Gatwiri GJ. Injured bodies, damaged lives: experiences and narratives of Kenyan women with obstetric fistula and Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting. 2017 Mar 14;14(1):38. doi: 10.1186/s12978-017-0300-y. LINK 

Johansen RE. Virility, pleasure and female genital mutilation/cutting. A qualitative study of perceptions and experiences of medicalized defibulation among Somali and Sudanese migrants in Norway. 2017 Feb 10;14(1):25. doi: 10.1186/s12978-017-0287-4. LINK

Abdulcadir J, Tille JC, Petignat P. Management of painful clitoral neuroma after female genital mutilation/cutting. 2017 Feb 8;14(1):22. doi: 10.1186/s12978-017-0288-3. LINK

Rodriguez MI, Seuc A, Say L, Hindin MJ. Episiotomy and obstetric outcomes among women living with type 3 female genital mutilation: a secondary analysis. 2016 Oct 10;13(1):131. LINK

Sweileh WM. Bibliometric analysis of literature on female genital mutilation: (1930 – 2015). 2016 Oct 10;13(1):130.LINK

Gebrekirstos K, Abebe M, Fantahun A. A cross sectional study on factors associated with harmful traditional practices among children less than 5 years in Axum town, north Ethiopia, 2013. 2014 Jun 21;11:46. doi: 10.1186/1742-4755-11-46. LINK

Cham M, Sundby J, Vangen S. Maternal mortality in the rural Gambia, a qualitative study on access to emergency obstetric care. 2005 May 4;2(1):3. LINK

Cole-Ceesay R, Cherian M, Sonko A, Shivute N, Cham M, Davis M, Fatty F, Wieteska S, Baro M, Watson D, Phillips B, Macdonald R, Hayden B, Southall D. Strengthening the emergency healthcare system for mothers and children in The Gambia. 2010 Aug 18;7:21. LINK

Women’s sexual health and contraceptive needs after a severe obstetric complication (“near-miss”): a cohort study in Burkina Faso, by Ganaba R, Marshall T, Sombié I, Baggaley RF, Ouédraogo TH and Filippi V. LINK

Health consequences of female genital mutilation/cutting in the Gambia, evidence into action, by Kaplan A, Hechavarría S, Martín M, Bonhoure I.   LINK