1.The cremaster muscle. It is inside of the scrotum and extends into the groin. It pulls the testicles up towards a man's body when cold and lets them hang more free when hot thereby ensuring the proper temperature for successful and healthy sperm production. 2.Smoking during pregnancy can harm the health of both a woman and her unborn baby.Cigarette smoke contains more than 4,000 chemicals, including truly nasty things like cyanide, lead, and at least 60 cancer-causing compounds. two compounds are especially harmful to the baby: nicotine and carbon monoxide. The most serious complications — including stillbirth, premature delivery, and low birth weight — can be chalked up to the fact that nicotine and carbon monoxide work together to reduce your baby's supply of oxygen. Nicotine chokes off oxygen by narrowing blood vessels throughout your body, including the ones in the umbilical cord.To make matters worse, the red blood cells that carry oxygen start to pick up molecules of carbon monoxide instead. How smoking affects baby's health: 1.undrwt or still-born babies. 2.breathing problems due to delayed or defective lungs development.Children whose mothers smoked during pregnancy are especially vulnerable to asthma, and have double or even triple the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). 3.Smoking during pregnancy can have lifelong effects on your baby's brain,especially likely to have learning disorders, behavioral problems, and relatively low IQs. qn3.abnormal pap test dusnt necessarily mean a woman is suffering from cervical cancer.Most of the time, abnormal cell changes on the cervix are caused by certain types of human papillomavirus, or HPV. HPV is a sexually transmitted disease. Usually these cell changes go away on their own. But certain types of HPV have been linked to cervical cancer. You will need more tests to find out if you have an infection or to find out how severe the cell changes are. These tests may include: Colposcopy, a test to look at the vagina and cervix through a lighted magnifying tool. An HPV test. Like a Pap test, an HPV test is done on a sample of cells taken from the cervix. Another Pap test in 4 to 6 months. however 4 ur qn i think the answer shuld be cervical cancer cos there is always a possibilty.... 4.don't think that is right cos the baby's development is almost complete by the third trimester and it is affected adversely mostly in the first two trimesters. moreover the qn says "congenital deformity" of the stomach dat wudnt hav much 2 do wid a viral infection of the mother in thr third trimester.Morphologic development of stomach is completed by the sixth to seventh week of gestation.