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  1. Postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) is the leading cause of maternal mortality and morbidity worldwide, particularly in resource-limited countries such as Ethiopia. Findings from a few studies were inconsistent and in...

    Authors: Tadesse Tolossa, Getahun Fetensa, Edgeit Abebe Zewde, Merga Besho and Tafese Dejene Jidha
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:194
  2. Institutional delivery care-seeking behavior is considered a crucial step in preventing maternal and child death. However, the barriers and facilitators related to institutional delivery care-seeking behavior ...

    Authors: Adane Nigusie, Telake Azale, Mezgebu Yitayal and Lemma Derseh
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:193
  3. In recent years, results on the association between serum uric acid (UA) and pregnancy outcomes have been inconsistent, and the association between urea nitrogen (UN) and adverse pregnancy outcomes in normal p...

    Authors: Lanlan Wu, Yao Liu, Zengyou Liu, Hengying Chen, Siwen Shen, Yuanhuan Wei, Ruifang Sun and Guifang Deng
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:192
  4. Discussions around quality of abortion care have been focused mainly on service-delivery aspects inside healthcare facilities. More recently, with availability of medical abortion (MA), increase in its self-us...

    Authors: Ankita Shukla, Lucía Vazquez-Quesada, Isabel Vieitez, Rajib Acharya and Saumya RamaRao
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:191
  5. It has been proved that mutations in the PADI6 gene can cause early embryo arrest. This study describes a newly discovered mutation in PADI6 that expands the genetic spectrum of early embryo arrest.

    Authors: Xiaoxia Wang, Huimin Zhu, Yi He, Jun Zeng, Jing Zhao, Qiuping Xia, Lingqian Wu, Zhongyuan Yao and Yanping Li
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:190
  6. The onset of mental illness such as depression and anxiety disorders in pregnancy and postpartum period is common. The coronavirus induced disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic and the resulting public policy respo...

    Authors: Theresa Hübner, Tanja Wolfgang, Ann-Catrin Theis, Magdalena Steber, Lea Wiedenmann, Achim Wöckel, Joachim Diessner, Grit Hein, Marthe Gründahl, Ulrike Kämmerer, Sarah Kittel-Schneider and Catharina Bartmann
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:189
  7. Pre-eclampsia is a leading cause of maternal mortality and morbidity that involves pregnancy-related stressors on the maternal cardiovascular and metabolic systems. As nutrition is important to support optimal...

    Authors: Mai-Lei Woo Kinshella, Shazmeen Omar, Kerri Scherbinsky, Marianne Vidler, Laura A. Magee, Peter von Dadelszen, Sophie E. Moore and Rajavel Elango
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:188
  8. Ineffective or no use of contraception following an unintended pregnancy contributes to a subsequent unintended pregnancy. This study aimed to determine whether women’s experiences of unintended pregnancies af...

    Authors: Md Nuruzzaman Khan and M. Mofizul Islam
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:187
  9. The high mortality rate of cervical cancer in developing countries is mainly related to inefficient screening programs. The aim of the present study was, thus, to determine the effect of an educational interve...

    Authors: Zahra Hosseini, Shokrollah Mohseni, Rahimeh Momeni, Teamur Aghamolaei, Azin Alavi and Sara Dadipoor
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:186
  10. In Argentina, a group of feminist activists, the Socorristas en Red, provide information and accompaniment to people seeking abortions, including beyond 13 weeks gestation. Recently-released WHO guidelines for ab...

    Authors: Brianna Keefe-Oates, Chelsea G. Tejada, Ruth Zurbriggen, Belén Grosso and Caitlin Gerdts
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:185
  11. June 24th, 2022, a day that will be etched in today and future generations’ textbooks as a historic day, the United States of America revoked the constitutional right to seek safe abortion care. Overturning Ro...

    Authors: Karine Coen-Sanchez, Bassey Ebenso, Ieman Mona El-Mowafi, Maria Berghs, Dina Idriss-Wheeler and Sanni Yaya
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:184
  12. Ectopic pregnancy is a life-threatening occurrence and is an important cause of pregnancy-related mortality. We launched the study to investigate the distribution and its variation trend of the ectopic pregnan...

    Authors: Panpan Tang, Xiaomao Li, Wenwei Li, Yunhui Li, Yu Zhang and Yuebo Yang
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:182
  13. Although several interventions integrating maternal, neonatal, child health and nutrition with family planning have been implemented and tested, there is still limited evidence on their effectiveness to guide ...

    Authors: Denise Kpebo, Abou Coulibaly, Wambi Maurice Evariste Yameogo, Sujata Bijou, Ramatoulaye Hamidou Lazoumar, Halima Tougri, Marguerite N’dour and Seni Kouanda
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:181
  14. Globally, programs that educate young people about pubertal body changes are vital. In some communities, teaching sexual education in schools has been the subject of debate. This is probably why access to sexu...

    Authors: Sarah Nantono Bunoti, Nazarius Mbona Tumwesigye and Lynn Atuyambe
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:180
  15. Poor sexual and reproductive health (SRH) outcomes amongst adolescent girls in India have been associated with inadequate knowledge of SRH. Evidence suggests that social media can promote health-seeking behavi...

    Authors: Ria Saha, Pintu Paul, Sanni Yaya and Aduragbemi Banke-Thomas
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:178
  16. Even though several severe maternal morbidity (SMM) indicators exist globally, indicators that can serve as international standards are needed. Therefore, this study aimed to compare the SMM risk assessment us...

    Authors: Jin Young Nam
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:177
  17. With increasing restrictions on abortion across the United States, we sought to understand whether people seeking abortion would consider ending their pregnancy on their own if unable to access a facility-base...

    Authors: Lauren Ralph, Katherine Ehrenreich, Shelly Kaller and M. Antonia Biggs
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:176
  18. The male engagement framework for reproductive health, which presents men as family planning users, supportive partners, and agents of change, is being increasingly incorporated into family planning strategies...

    Authors: Lucy W. Ruderman, Catherine Packer, Akuzike Zingani, Philemon Moses and Holly M. Burke
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:174
  19. Authors: Elsie Akwara, Kereta Worknesh, Lemessa Oljira, Lulit Mengesha, Mengistu Asnake, Emiamrew Sisay, Dagem Demerew, Marina Plesons, Wegen Shirka, Azmach Hadush and Venkatraman Chandra-Mouli
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:173

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  20. In developing countries, including Ethiopia the risk of neonatal death can be easily prevented and avoided by implementing essential newborn care with simple, low cost, and a short period time immediately afte...

    Authors: Alemu Degu Ayele, Lebeza Alemu Tenaw, Bekalu Getnet Kassa, Gedefaye Nibret Mihretie, Habtamu Gebrehana Belay, Adanech Getie Teffera, Eden Workneh Aychew, Enyew Dagnew Yehuala and Tigist Seid Yimer
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:172
  21. Prematurity and its complications are the leading cause of death and disability in children under five in Africa and North America, affecting as many as one in ten pregnancies. Screening tests to predict prete...

    Authors: Emma Smith, Cecilia Milford, Kenneth Ngure, Sara Newmann, Nicholas B. Thuo, Susana Berrios, Mags E. Beksinska, Nelly Mugo and Larry Rand
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:171
  22. Reproductive coercion and abuse (RCA) interferes with a person’s reproductive autonomy and can be classified into behaviours that are pregnancy promoting or pregnancy preventing (including coerced abortion). H...

    Authors: Nicola Sheeran, Kari Vallury, Leah S. Sharman, Bonney Corbin, Heather Douglas, Brenna Bernardino, Maria Hach, Leanne Coombe, Sophie Keramidopoulos, Regina Torres-Quiazon and Laura Tarzia
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:170
  23. In South Africa, universal access to health care services, including those relating to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) care, is contained in Section 27 of the Constitution and commits the country to suppo...

    Authors: Nkechi Obisie-Nmehielle, Ishmael Kalule-Sabiti and Martin Palamuleni
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:169
  24. Authors: Natasha Amartey and Bassey Ebenso
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:167
  25. Although critical, the preconception phase in women’s lives is comparatively ignored. The presence of some risk factors during this phase adversely affects the wellbeing of the woman and the pregnancy outcome....

    Authors: Prakash Prabhakarrao Doke, Jayashree Sachin Gothankar, Amruta Paresh Chutke, Sonali Hemant Palkar, Archana Vasantrao Patil, Prasad Dnyandeo Pore, Khanindra Kumar Bhuyan, Madhusudan Vamanrao Karnataki, Aniruddha Vinayakrao Deshpande, Aparna Nishikant Shrotri and Arvinder Pal Singh Narula
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:166
  26. Unintended pregnancies (UIP) among unmarried sexually active college students in mainland China have emerged as a major reproductive health issue with detrimental personal and socioeconomic consequences. This ...

    Authors: Yan Yuan, Fang Ruan, Yusi Liu, Lei Wu, Mingliang Pan, Zijie Ye, Youxiong Zhao, Lu Lin, Li Zhang, Jiajun Liu, Dongsheng Luo, Bangzheng Zhu, Xinyu Liao, Mengsi Hong, Siyi Wang, Jilun Chen…
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:165
  27. Although there is a significant increase of evidence regarding the prevalence and impact of COVID-19 on maternal and perinatal outcomes, data on the effects of the pandemic on the obstetric population in sub-S...

    Authors: Charles M’poca Charles, Nafissa Bique Osman, Domingos Arijama, Benjamim Matingane, Tomás Sitoé, Darlene Kenga, Cesaltina Lorenzoni, Elvira Luís, Rodolfo de Carvalho Pacagnella and Jahit Sacarlal
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:164
  28. Antenatal care (ANC) visits, institutional delivery, and postnatal care (PNC) visits are vital to improve the health of mothers and newborns. Despite improved access to these routine maternal and newborn healt...

    Authors: Resham B. Khatri, Jo Durham, Rajendra Karkee and Yibeltal Assefa
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:163
  29. Housemaids often experience different types of sexual violence by different perpetrators. Sexual violence against housemaids remains usually concealed as victims cannot report such offenses. Except for fragmen...

    Authors: Birye Dessalegn Mekonnen, Zemene Habtu Lakew and Endalkachew Belayneh Melese
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:162
  30. Sexual and reproductive health (SRH) is referring to physical and emotional wellbeing and includes the ability to be free from unwanted pregnancy, unsafe abortion, sexually transmitted infections including HIV...

    Authors: Chaltu Abdurahman, Lemessa Oljira, Saba Hailu and Melkamu Merid Mengesha
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:161
  31. Women experience disrespect and abuse during labour and birth all over the world. While the gravity of many forms of disrespect and abuse is evident, some of its more subtle forms may not always be experienced...

    Authors: Marit S. G. van der Pijl, Corine J. M. Verhoeven, Rachel Verweij, Tineke van der Linden, Elselijn Kingma, Martine H. Hollander and Ank de Jonge
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:160
  32. The aim of this study was to evaluate whether women’s ages at conception and the ratio of male to female infants are associated with various ovulation patterns.

    Authors: Misao Fukuda, Kiyomi Fukuda, Shawn Mason, Kenichi Tatsumi, Takashi Shimizu, Taiichiro Akahori, Tsunekazu Matsumoto, Masahiro Tahara and Claus Yding Andersen
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:159
  33. The burden of pre-eclampsia has been continued as a public health importance in both developed and developing countries. However, the consequence of the disease is significantly high in developing countries, w...

    Authors: Alemu Degu Ayele and Zemenu Alemu Tilahun
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:157
  34. Despite efforts to reduce the burden of female genital mutilation (FGM) in Guinea, the practice remains prevalent, and health care providers are increasingly being implicated in its medicalization. This format...

    Authors: Mamadou Dioulde Balde, Anne Marie Soumah, Aissatou Diallo, Alpha Oumar Sall, Vernon Mochache, Wisal Ahmed, Amadou Oury Toure, Ramata Diallo, Sadan Camara, Sarah O’Neill and Christina C. Pallitto
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:156
  35. With the implementation of the two-child policy in China, more couples have expressed the desire to have another child. We conducted this study to evaluate the incidence of infertility and risk factors in coup...

    Authors: Chenfeng Zhu, Li Yan, Chuqing He, Yang Wang, Jiahao Wu, Luting Chen and Jian Zhang
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:155
  36. Preconception care (PCC) services aim to improve reproductive health outcomes through the provision of biomedical, behavioural and social health interventions to women and couples before conception occurs. Cou...

    Authors: Oludoyinmola O. Ojifinni and Latifat Ibisomi
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:153
  37. This study aimed to investigate the associations of pre-pregnancy body mass index (BMI) and gestational weight gain (GWG) with anogenital distance (AGD) among newborns.

    Authors: Zhiyang Wang, Jinbo Niu, Honglei Ji, Maohua Miao, Limei Yang, Xia Chen, Xiufeng Li, Xiuxia Song, Aimin Chen, Hong Liang and Wei Yuan
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:152
  38. As problems associated with infertility and population aging increase, there is a growing interest in the factors that cause a decline in human fertility. Time-to-pregnancy (TTP) is a good indicator with which...

    Authors: Xiang Hong, Jiechen Yin, Wei Wang, Fanqi Zhao, Hong Yu and Bei Wang
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:150
  39. To assess some characteristics and outcomes associated with pregnancy among Indigenous adolescents and compare them with other women who gave birth in a public hospital in Guatemala.

    Authors: Noe Gómez, Odette Del Risco Sánchez, Maira Pinho-Pompeu, Helymar Machado, Luis Bahamondes and Fernanda Surita
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:149
  40. The prevalence and severity of disasters triggered by natural hazards has increased over the last 20 years. Women of reproductive age may encounter unique reproductive health challenges following a disaster. I...

    Authors: Penelope Strid, Margaret Christine Snead, Romeo R. Galang, Connie L. Bish and Sascha R. Ellington
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:147
  41. Several studies were carried out on prevalence and associated factors of physical, emotional, and sexual violence against women. However, little attention was given to a comprehensive study that assesses the a...

    Authors: Lijalem Melie Tesfaw and Essey Kebede Muluneh
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:146
  42. The present study investigated the role of β-hCG in predicting reproductive outcomes and established optimal β-hCG cutoff values in women undergoing cleavage embryo transfer.

    Authors: Yuchao Zhang, Zhen Li, Bingnan Ren, Wenbin Wu, Yanli Liu, Xingling Wang, Yichun Guan and Liting Jia
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2022 19:145

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