Vaginal cancer is a rare cancer that may begin in the vagina or spread from the cervix, womb, or ovaries. This is why a history of cervical or uterine cancer is a major risk factor. Infection by the human papilloma virus, drinking alcohol, and smoking are significant causes. Smoking can raise the risk by 2 times. Other rare causes are pelvic radiotherapy, abnormalities in the vagina, and the use of the pregnancy drug DES by the patient's mother.
Fibromyalgia causes widespread pain and tenderness to touch that may occur all over the body or migrate to various parts of the body. It mainly causes pain in the muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Along with other symptoms, pain and tenderness increase and decrease over time. Fibromyalgia affects people physically, mentally and socially. Pain, fatigue, skin problems are some of the symptoms of fibromyalgia.
Toxins in secondhand smoke can cross your placenta and reach the fetus, affecting its blood circulation and oxygen supply and restricting its growth. Passive smoking during pregnancy can result in miscarriage or premature delivery. The baby can have low birth weight, congenital defects like cleft lips or short limbs, and can even suffer a sudden death. There is no level of secondhand smoke that is safe during pregnancy.