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Frontiers in Women’s Health

Online ISSN: 2398-2799


Frontiers in Women’s Health is an open access multidisciplinary journal publishing articles related to women’s health and care. Frontiers in Women’s Health mainly focuses on articles which relate to physiological and psychological well-being on the women and also the interdisciplinary areas which promise to improve the health care sector related to women. Area of this journal broadly covers obstetrics, urogynecology, gynecology, pregnancy and neonatal health, breast and cervical cancer, menstrual cycle and menopausal issue, domestic violence, sexual health issues, women’s mental health, infertility, reproductive medicine etc.

Frontiers in Women’s Health will feature original research, review papers, clinical studies, editorials, expert opinion and perspective papers, commentaries, and book reviews.

Frontiers in Women’s Health welcomes direct submissions from authors: Attach your word file with e- mail and send it to submissions@oatext.com alternatively to editor.fwh@oatext.com

Please, follow the Instructions for Authors. In the cover letter add the name and e-mail address of 5 proposed reviewers (we can choose them or not).

Copyright is retained by the authors and articles can be freely used and distributed by others. Articles are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work, first published by Frontiers in Women’s Health, is properly cited.

Editor in Chief


Will be updated soon.

Editorial Board


Beverley Janine Neiliya Vollernhoven

Deputy Head
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Monash University
Australia

Antonio Simone Laganà

Professor
Department of Pediatric, Gynecological,
Microbiological and Biomedical Sciences
University of Messina
Italy

Shunsuke Nakagawa

Associate Professor
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Teikyo University
Japan


Sebastiaan Veersema

Chair Department of Reproductive Medicine & Gynaecology
Sint Antonius Hospital
The Netherlands

Abdel Rahim Awadelkarim Abdelrahman

Assistant Professor
University of Hail
Saudi Arabia

Amr Mohamed Salah El Din Abdel Hamid

Professor
Ain Shams university
Egypt


Sergio Rimola

Associate Clinical Professor
Obstetrics and Gynecology
George Washington University
USA

Giampiero Capobianco

Associate Professor
Obstetrics Gynecology
University of Sassari
Italy

Konstantinos Dafopoulous

Associate Professor Obstetrics and Gynecology
University of Thessalia
Greece


Bruce S Kahn

Director
Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery
Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology
Scripps Clinic
USA

Zhiqing Liang

Director
Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology
Southwest Hospital
Third Military Medical University
China

Abdelmonem Awad M. Hegazy

Professor of Anatomy and Embryology
Faculty of Medicine, Zagazig University
Egypt


Beth Meyerson, MDiv., PhD

Associate Professor of Health Policy & Management
Department of Applied Health Science
Co-Director, Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention Indiana University School of Public Health – Bloomington
Bloomington
USA

In Press

Volume 4, Issue 1


Will be updated soon.

Current Issue

Volume 3, Issue 4


Pelvic floor rehabilitation with biofeedback and electrical stimulation with Urostym® for treatment of urinary incontinence

Monica Chiu Karen Hagglund Muhammad Faisal Aslam

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

September 06, 2018


"The only place I know that I can send patients to": Chicago-area generalist providers’ perceptions of Planned Parenthood

Samuel R Mendez Allison Linton Laura Tom Melissa Simon

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

September 20, 2018


An odyssey through chronic pelvic pain in womend

Ibrahim I Bolaji Ka yan Shirley Sze

Review Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

September 24, 2018


Letter to the editor: Uterectomy

Maria Rodriguez Gomez Nada Majerníková Ger T Rijkers

Letter to Editor-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

October 11, 2018


Secretory phase of menstruation and implantation

Monique Monard Courtney Marsh Katelyn Schumacher Warren Nothnick

Review Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

October 15, 2018


Being a good relative: Indigenous doulas reclaiming cultural knowledge to improve health and birth outcomes in Manitoba

Jaime Cidro Caroline Doenmez Ari Phanlouvong Ali Fontaine

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

October 31, 2018


Previous Issue

Volume 2, Issue 1


Archive


Volume 3

Pelvic floor rehabilitation with biofeedback and electrical stimulation with Urostym® for treatment of urinary incontinence

Monica Chiu Karen Hagglund Muhammad Faisal Aslam

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

September 06, 2018


"The only place I know that I can send patients to": Chicago-area generalist providers’ perceptions of Planned Parenthood

Samuel R Mendez Allison Linton Laura Tom Melissa Simon

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

September 20, 2018


An odyssey through chronic pelvic pain in womend

Ibrahim I Bolaji Ka yan Shirley Sze

Review Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

September 24, 2018


Letter to the editor: Uterectomy

Maria Rodriguez Gomez Nada Majerníková Ger T Rijkers

Letter to Editor-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

October 11, 2018


Secretory phase of menstruation and implantation

Monique Monard Courtney Marsh Katelyn Schumacher Warren Nothnick

Review Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

October 15, 2018


Being a good relative: Indigenous doulas reclaiming cultural knowledge to improve health and birth outcomes in Manitoba

Jaime Cidro Caroline Doenmez Ari Phanlouvong Ali Fontaine

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

October 31, 2018


Perceived sexual dysfunction in breast cancer survivors

Terri A. Zomerlei Elizabeth A. Block Jamie L. Caughran Jessica L. Keto

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

June 07, 2018


The use of sildenafil in severe early-onset fetal growth restriction: a case report and review of current literature

Geoffrey H Gordon Danielle M Berdahl Kara K Hoppe Kathleen M Antony

Case Report-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

June 11, 2018


Is mental health related to ethnicity/race and income in middle-aged females in the general U.S. population?

Sean R Jamieson Shannon M Swickard Abby L Cahill Sharonica S Powell Kenya Samuels Jessica L Hartos

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

June 25, 2018


Twin embolisation syndrome-consequenses in the living fetus: a short review

Nikoli Aikaterini Papalazarou Antigoni Papachristodoulou Angeliki Nikolaos Spyridonos Ioakeimidis Karachrysafi Sofia Meditskou Soultana Papamitsou Theodora

Mini Review-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

July 03, 2018


Does physical health differ by weight status in older adult females with coronary heart disease (CHD)?

Emily B Brown Madison A Pryor Bryanne R Ruder Brittany N Ho Kirk W Barron Jessica L Hartos

Research Article-Frontiers in Women's Health (FWH)

July 09, 2018


Diagnosis and treatment challenges of Sheehan's Syndrome

Brittany E. Gaspar

Review Article-Frontiers in Women's Health (FWH)

July 26, 2018


Differences in adolescent effective contraception use between population densities

Tess M. Crouss Ruofan Yao Ryan Brannon

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

May 10, 2018


The safe use of the transvaginal ultrasound probe for transabdominal oocyte retrieval in patients with vaginally inaccessible ovaries

Baldini D Lavopa C Vizziello G Sciancalepore AG Malvasi A

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

May 21, 2018


Who gets fully-paid maternity leave? population-based survey of postpartum women, oregon, 2010

Jena L. Fellenzer Kenneth D. Rosenberg Danielle J. Lindemann Linda Houser Alfredo P. Sandoval Kathryn L. Broderick

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

May 22, 2018


Health maintenance tables and completion of cervical cancer screening: a cross-sectional observational study

Suellen A. Romero de Mello Sa Lazarus K Mramba Maryam Sattari

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

May 24, 2018


Lymphedema following breast cancer: The importance of surgical methods and obesity

Rebecca J Tsai Leslie K Dennis Charles F Lynch Linda G Snetselaar Gideon KD Zamba Carol Scott-Conner

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

May 31, 2018


Uterine prolapse and treatment seeking behaviour among women

Ramesh Adhikari Ranju KC

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

June 01, 2018


Incorporating Positive Youth Development into the Therapeutic Model for Incarcerated Young Woman

Diane L Elliot Leslie D Leve Kristi H. Racer

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

January 10, 2018


The socio-demographic characteristics and health needs of incarcerated women applying to a transitional housing re-entry program

Margaret Raber Vanessa Schick Esha Hansoti Andrea Link Isabel Roth Alycia Welch

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

March 02, 2018


Pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain: understanding practice patterns and clinical decision making

Sinéad Dufour Sylvia Daniel Grecia Alaniz Yazmin deGroot

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

March 05, 2018


The effect of media exposure on body satisfaction and drive for muscularity in women

Alix R Negrin Karen M Skemp Douglas D Baumann

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

March 12, 2018


Women sociodemographic characteristics, lifestyle habits and the use of medications during pregnancy: a cohort study

Federico Romanese Francesca Palese Fabio Barbone Federica Edith Pisa

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

March 26, 2018


Volume 2

Knowledge and behavior of women on cervical cancer in the northern region of Cameroon

Georges K Armel Herve NK Simo Richard T Jeremie MA Charlette N

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

May 25, 2017


Family planning in the Toledo District of Southern Belize: survey of knowledge, contraceptive use, and preferences

Phillippi LM Hood CM Anderson CK Brown LD Manzanero M Leonhardt K

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

June 03, 2017


Polypoid adenomyomas with extensive endometrial, myometrial, or cervical adenomyotic involvement: A surgical challenge in nulliparous symptomatic patients

Athanasios Protopapas Stavros Athanasiou Themistoklis Grigoriadis Aikaterini Domali Maria Sotiropoulou Dimitrios Loutradis

Case Report-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

December 27, 2017


Minimum values for midluteal plasma progesterone and estradiol concentrations an patients who achieved pregnancy with timed intercourse or intrauterine insemination without a human menopausal gonadotropin

Yukiko Takaya Hidehiko Matsubayashi Kotaro Kitaya Rie Nishiyama Kohei Yamaguchi Takumi Takeuchi
Tomomoto Ishikawa

Research article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

December 27, 2017


“Unseen” Caregivers: The disproportionate gender balance and role of females in the home- based care of lymphatic filariasis patients in Malawi

Martindale S Mackenzie C Mkwanda S Smith E Stanton M Molyneux D Hope LK

Short Communication -Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

March 09, 2017


Developmental and health content in popular parenting publications

Cadorett V MacLean S Basch CH Kollia B

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

March 16, 2017


MRI enhancement predicting fibroid volume reduction to uterine artery embolization

Deipolyi A

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

March 17, 2017


Interpregnancy intervals, birth outcomes and educational needs

Woods NK Schmidt CRA Reyes J Engel M

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

March 21, 2017


The ethical implications of the medical community’s failure to differentiate sex- and gender-based medicine from women’s health

Amanda Tashjian

Review Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

April 28, 2017


How an obstetric case was instrumental in writing a new chapter in the book of UK medico-legal jurisprudence

Buttigieg GG

Review Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

January 07 2017


Assessing the influence of maternal pre-pregnancy body mass index and obesity in neonatal outcomes: A pilot study

Spiryda LB Schneider JA

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

January 09 2017


Successful Pregnancy Outcome of a Patient with Ulcerative Colitis and Antiphospholipid Antibody Syndrome with Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

Kodandapani S

Case Report-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

Junary 09, 2017


Contraceptive vaginal ring experiences among women and men in Kisumu, Kenya: A qualitative study

McLellan-Lemal Ondeng’e K Gust DA Desai M Otieno FO Madiega PA Nyagol B Makanga EM

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

February 16, 2017


Prevalence of precancerous lesions among positive HIV women in the hospital complex and University of Yaounde (Cameroun)

Djuendje DVS Kamdje AHN

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

February 16, 2017


Experience with use of gonadotropin releasing hormone agonists in patients with cancer for fertility preservation

Al-Jaroudi D Abdulla R Bashir M Al-Badr A

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

February 23, 2017


Volume 1

Changes of lipids during therapy with atorvastatin in middle age women with different genetic polymorphisms of estradiol receptors

Isayeva G Anna Martynenko Alexander Vovchenko Maryna Bondar Tatyana Ostropolets Sergii

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

October 13, 2016


The success of the implementation of the CPOE in a friendly hospital

Jaroudi DA

Short Communication-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

November 29, 2016


Targeting HER-2/Neu In Serous Endometrial Cancer: A Review

Kesterson PJ Tyrie NK Warrick J Newell J Hossler C Rebecca Phaeton

Review Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

December 24, 2016


Dietary behavior and influencing factors among rural pregnant women in poverty-stricken West China,Sichuan Province:A cross-sectional study

Luo B Liu Y Peng W Feng X

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

December 26, 2016


Midwives’ perceptions of influences on their behaviour of woman-centered care: a qualitative study

Yvonne Fontein-Kuipers Arianne Boele Cynthia Stuij

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

March 31, 2016


Promising recent advances in preterm birth management

Miss Georgia N Ross Alexandra E Ridout Andrew H Shennan

Review Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

April 04, 2016


Ileo uterine fistula following hayman stitch application

Haritha Sagili S Murali

Case Report-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

April 06, 2016


Emergency obstetrics knowledge and practical skills retention among hospital and clinic staff following advanced life support obstetrical training in Cameroon, Africa

Ngoran Grace Bongban Dorothy J. Meyer Peter M. Gatongi Mbai I. Isabella

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

April 11, 2016


This tangled web of reproductive morbidity risk: Abortion stigma, safety & legality

Bayla Ostrach

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

April 14, 2016


A retrospective analysis of surgically managed adnexal masses in children and adolescents in a tertiary centre

Madhusmita Hembram Haritha Sagili Dasari

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

April 15, 2016


FINDRISC questionnaire as a potential screening strategy for gestational diabetes mellitus

ElifMESECI Yasar Ozlem MERICLILER AyseGulcin DEMIRDOVEN Erdogan ASLAN Semra KAYATAS ESER Yasemin KANEK Mustafa SERTESER Ali Murat YAYLA

Research Article-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

February 19, 2016


Body Mass Index in women with leiomyomas: a study in Italian population

Neri A Gloria-Bottini F Coppeta L Magrini A Bottini E

Mini Review-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

February 22, 2016


Ileo uterine fistula following hayman stitch application

HarithaSagili HarithaSagili Murali

Case Report-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

February 24, 2016


An advertisement analysis of alcohol products in popular women’s magazines

MD Fullwood Jennifer Mongiovi Grace Hillyer Corey H. Basch Danna Ethan Rodney Hammond

Short Communication-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

February 25, 2016


Case report: An unusual presentation of rupture in an unscarred uterus

Yussof SM Chin H

Case Report-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

February 26, 2016


Exploring the online presence of organizations offering post-abortion support services in Ontario

Kathryn J. LaRoche Angel M. Foster

Case Report-Frontiers in Women’s Health (FWH)

February 29, 2016


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Frontiers in Women’s Health welcomes direct submissions from authors: Attach your word file with e- mail and send it to submissions@oatext.com alternatively to editor.fwh@oatext.com

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