About the Journal

Journal of Gynecology and Maternal Health is a peer-reviewed and an open-access journal. It deals with articles whose main content is related to the latest data in gynecology and maternal health. The Editorial office ensures a peer-review process for the touchstone of merit. Journal of Gynecology and Maternal Health publishes original research, review articles, case studies, editorials, short communication, brief reports, conference reports, opinions, perspectives, abstracts and proceedings, and clinical images.

Journal of Gynecology and Maternal Health offers a wide range of subtopics to choose from our online tracking and online review helps in critical analysis of the manuscript. Our Editorial Tracking System helps users in submitting manuscripts. Authors can track their progress online after submitting their articles. Authors might be requested to make the required changes suggested by the reviewers before getting their article published. For better quality and set the standard benchmark we take certain steps.

You may submit manuscripts as an email attachment to the Editorial Office at gynecology@scitechjournals.org or submit the manuscript online at Journal of Gynecology and Maternal Health

Scope of the Journal

The scope of the Journal of Gynecology and Maternal Health covers the following subtopics:

Breastfeeding and breast milk, Gestational diabetes, High-risk pregnancy, HIV/AIDS, Labor and delivery, Obesity and overweight, Pelvic floor disorders, Pelvic pain, Preeclampsia and eclampsia, Pre-pregnancy care and prenatal care, Pregnancy, Preterm labor and birth, Stillbirth, Stroke, Women’s health, Depression and anxiety, hemorrhage, Anemia, Cesarean section, Normal delivery, Urinary Tract Infection, Hypertension, Obesity, Dysmenorrhea, Premenstrual Syndrome, Gonadotropin-releasing hormone, Uterine Fibroids, Uterine Polyps, Hormonal Imbalances, Ovulation Problems, Medications and Contraceptives, Bleeding Disorders, Delayed Puberty, Hormonal Changes and Puberty, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), Elevated Prolactin Levels (Hyperprolactinemia), Premature Ovarian Failure (POF)