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Female Genital Mutilation and Birth Complications, Jijiga Town, Eastern Ethiopia
The practice of female genital mutilation (FGM), in one form or another continues to exist in around 40 countries of the world. It is associated with different kinds of health problems which manifest immediately or long after the wound has healed. Health hazards during delivery are among the long term complications of FGM. With the objectives of assessing and comparing the differential occurrence of birth complications among the different types of female genital mutilation, a cross-sectionaldoi:10.20372/nadre/13548 fatcat:3liniguyjrg35aq5b2pmza7cbi