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  1. Research article

    The contribution of contraception, marriage and postpartum insusceptibility to fertility levels in Uganda: an application of the aggregate fertility model

    While recent studies have indicated that fertility has remained high in Uganda, no systematic attempt has been made to identify the factors responsible for this persistent trend and to quantify these factors. ...

    Gideon Rutaremwa, Johnstone Galande, Hellen Laetitia Nviiri, Edith Akiror and Tapiwa Jhamba

    Fertility Research and Practice 2015 1:16

    Published on: 17 October 2015

  2. Research article

    Has Uganda experienced any stalled fertility transitions? Reflecting on the last four decades (1973–2011)

    Persistent high fertility is associated with mother and child mortality. While most regions in the world have experienced declines in fertility rates, there are conflicting views as to whether Uganda has enter...

    Allen Kabagenyi, Alice Reid, Gideon Rutaremwa, Lynn M. Atuyambe and James P. M. Ntozi

    Fertility Research and Practice 2015 1:14

    Published on: 23 September 2015

  3. Research article

    Hysterosalpingographic findings among Ghanaian women undergoing infertility work-up: a study at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital

    Hysterosalpingography (HSG) is one of the commonly used radiological modalities for investigating infertility in women. In developing countries such as Ghana it remains the main tool for investigating some of ...

    Benard Ohene Botwe, Kwabena Bamfo-Quaicoe, Edem Hunu and Samuel Anim-Sampong

    Fertility Research and Practice 2015 1:9

    Published on: 4 June 2015

  4. Case report

    Hyperandrogenism in menopause: a case report and literature review

    Hyperandrogenism is an uncommon diagnosis in postmenopausal women. In this case, we report on a 69-year-old postmenopausal woman who presented with several months of worsening hirsutism of the face, neck, and ...

    Andrey V Dolinko and Elizabeth S Ginsburg

    Fertility Research and Practice 2015 1:7

    Published on: 19 May 2015

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