The rules of fasting are very difficult. In this, food or water is not consumed from sunrise till sunset. In such a situation, how safe it is for pregnant women to fast, know about it here.
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Islam (IslamThe month of Ramadan is considered very holy. It is believed that in this month Allah opens the gates of paradise and imprisons the devils. Muslim people spend a whole month to get the mercy of Allah. fasting ,Roza) have. During this Allah (AllahNoble deeds are done with worshiping. The rules of fasting are very difficult. It is eaten before sunrise and after sunset. From sunrise to sunset, no food or water is taken. The meal taken before sunrise is called Sehri and the food taken after sunset is called Iftar. It is not easy for everyone to stay and drink for about 12 to 14 hours without eating anything. Therefore, the elderly, pregnant women and sick people have been given exemption regarding fasting. But still, many times pregnant women do not agree and they want to fast, what should be done in such a situation, know about it here.
fasting during pregnancy is right or not
According to experts, during pregnancy, a woman needs a lot of nutrients because along with the need of her body, the development of the child also takes place. Nothing is eaten or drunk for a long time during fasting. At the same time, in the month of Ramadan, the heat is also gaining momentum, due to which there is a fear of dehydration in the body and fasting is not for one day, but for one month. In such a situation, fasting of a pregnant woman can be dangerous not only for her but also for her unborn child. Especially if the woman is in the first trimester, then the risk of worsening the condition is high. Therefore, it is safe for you and the child’s health not to keep it and if you want to fast, then first consult a specialist about it and follow their instructions.
What to do if you have fasted
, Eat foods rich in vitamins, minerals, fiber and other nutrients during Sehri and Iftar. For this, eat fibrous fruits, green vegetables, cheese, lentils, curd etc. Apart from this, get the diet chart prepared for you from the specialist. Avoid eating too much oily or spicy food, it can cause problems like gas, acidity etc.
, Drink water half an hour before and after eating Sehri, because after that you will not be able to get water throughout the day. At the time of Iftar, take coconut water, juice, milk, etc. Liquid diet, so that the nutrients which have been lacking in the body can be fulfilled.
, If your body is very weak or there is a lack of blood in the body, then do not fast. This can worsen the condition of you and the baby.
, Keep a constant eye on the movement of the child. If you feel even a little uncomfortable, then without hesitation consult a specialist.
, During this, also keep an eye on your BP and sugar level. If you feel any problem, then contact the specialist and follow his instructions.
(The information given in this article is based on general assumptions. NewsNCR Hindi does not confirm them. Follow this only after consulting an expert.)
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