Fibroid is a medical condition that is common in women, and it occurs as a tumor in the uterus or the breast. The exact cause of these fibroids is not known as it affects 50% of women. Tumors in the breast are oncogenic, but that of the uterus is non-malignant as they almost never develop into uterine cancer. A uterine fibroid is likely to shrink at menopause because, at this stage, reproductive hormones drop in production.
Fibromyalgia is a disorder that causes so much fatigue and muscle pain in the body. As the name Fibromyalgia implies, it means pains that originates from fibrous tissues of the body which include the tendons, ligaments, and muscles.
Chronic fatigue syndrome is the name adopted for some physical, constitutional and psychological complaints. Before this name was chosen, according to U.S Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), people that diagnosed with effort syndrome, neurasthenia, epidemic neuro myasthenia and post-viral fatigue syndrome were likely to be suffering from CFS. Chronic fatigue syndrome is common in women than in men and prominent among people between ages 25-45 years with a few exceptions.