Advances in Andrology & Gynaecology

Advances in Andrology & Gynaecology is the study of health issues specific to males, with a focus on basic aspects of their reproductive system (gonads, endocrine, and accessory organs), and diagnosis and treatment of medical problems associated with infertility, sexual dysfunction, and urological problems. Advances in Andrology & Gynaecology which is an online open access, peer-reviewed scholarly journal provides a platform for the eminents, students, researchers to disseminate their work in an international level

Aim and Scope

Advances in Andrology & Gynaecology aims to involve in the development of new techniques related to andrology covering all aspects of male and female reproductive and sexual health in humans and animal models and provides knowledge for researchers, practitioners and even for common people

All published articles are assigned to Digital Object Identifier (DOI) - Crossref.

All published articles are permanently archived and available at Gavin Publishers website in HTML and PDF formats.


·         Carcinoma of the Penis

·         Erectile Dysfunction

·         Family Planning

·         Female Pelvic Medicine

·         Feto-Maternal Outcome

·         Gall Bladder Disorder

·         Geriatric

·         Gynecologic oncology.

·         HELLP Syndrome in Pregnancy

·         Infertility

·         Male Health

·         Male Reproductive System

·         Maternal/fetal medicine.

·         Menstrual Cycle

·         Mental Health Issues

·         Penile Fracture

·         Prostate Cancer

·         Prostatitis

·         Reconstructive Surgery

·         Reproductive Endocrinology

·         Reproductive endocrinology and infertility.

·         Reproductive Toxicology

·         Retrograde Ejaculation

·         Seminal Vesiculitis

·         Spermatocele

·         Testicular Cancer

·         Testicular Torsion

·         Urogynecology/reconstructive pelvic surgery.

·         Urological Problems

·         Vasectomy

      ·         Vasovasostomy