Second issue

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Paul Bryde Axelsson


We would not have been able to present to you with the second issue of the Danish Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (DJOG) without the support of our patrons, FYGO and DSOG. Their commitment has been instrumental in bringing this journal to fruition, and we extend our appreciation for their continued partnership.

We still hope to provide researchers within the specialty of gynecology and obstetrics with a platform to disseminate their findings in our not-for-profit open-access journal. We believe in the power of knowledge sharing and collaboration to drive progress in healthcare, and it is our privilege to facilitate the exchange of ideas and discoveries within our community.

We are grateful for the researchers who have entrusted DJOG with their invaluable contributions. We are honored to amplify your voices through our publication.

Furthermore, we extend our deepest appreciation to the peer-reviewers who have dedicated their time and expertise to meticulously evaluate the submissions and provide constructive feedback. Your rigorous assessment has played a pivotal role in maintaining the quality and integrity of DJOG, ensuring that each published paper meets the high standards we and our editorial board aspire to.

While we continue to work towards our goal of getting DJOG indexed by PubMed, we are committed to ensuring that our papers are discoverable through other means. All papers can be found on Google Scholar and are fully citable through CrossRef. Additionally, authors with free profiles on ResearchGate and ORCID have the opportunity to make their contributions visible there.

In this issue, we are delighted to showcase a diverse selection of research articles that encompass the breadth and depth of gynecological practice. From interesting case studies within obstetrics, to a cohort study of hypertensive disorders in pregnancies comparing single and double gamete donation, epidemiological study of fertility outcomes after myomectomies, a prospective study of the effects of vaginal laser therapy for urogenital symptoms, study of sugar-dating among teenagers, and an insightful review exploring CIN or cancer after HPV vaccination, each paper holds relevance for readers interested in learning more about women’s health.

Please enjoy all of these articles and more, including the invited editorial regarding sexual favors as merchandise among young teenagers, by our esteemed college Charlotte Wilken-Jensen.

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How to Cite
Second issue. (2024). Danish Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 2(1), 1.

How to Cite

Second issue. (2024). Danish Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 2(1), 1.