To muslim preggie moms, this fasting month...

Do you ladies feel more dizzy in the evening after breaking fast instead of in the day? Been feeling this headache every night 😭

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If it is affecting you then you should not fast. Your health and your growing baby is more important. Try not fasting for a few days and see if there’s any difference. Headache usually constitutes to dehydration. Be careful. It can also affect the amniotic fluid. Muslim STM here and both my pregnancies I chose not to fast for fear of insufficient nutrients and fluids to my babies.

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8mo ago

Same here. I choose not to fast for fear of repercussions on the baby. I've lost my first baby before so I don't want to do anything risky. But I hate the guilt people try to place oh expecting mothers during Ramadan!