Smoking during pregnancy is tied to pelvic pain, study finds

06/21/2010 | Reuters

Danish researchers interviewed 5,000 women and found that those who smoked during pregnancy had a 20% increased risk of developing pelvic pain compared with nonsmokers. Women who quit smoking during the first trimester of pregnancy demonstrated a similar risk.

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