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HMC Advices Pregnant Females In Haj

pregnant women in hajAn expert from the has given advice for in order to avoid performing the pilgrimage in the first and last 3 months of pregnancy.

According to Dr Shamsah Abdullah, Consultant of Obstetrics and Gynecology at (HMC) pregnancy does not prevent females from performing Haj rituals unless they suffer from other ailments which may lead to adverse affects on the fetus.

It is preferable that pregnant females should have passed the critical first 3 months of pregnancy. In the last three months of pregnancy it is also more useful that females should avoid exercising Haj which may cause premature delivery or deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism because of lengthy sitting in the journey and the practicing of rituals.

Dr. Abdullah mentioned females insisting to perform Haj should ensure that they are free of chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, acute anemia or ailment of any vital organ of their bodies. She also explained “Women normally experience sensitive stages during pregnancy where they witness considerable body changes which may hamper them from performing their ordinary daily activities, but, should they enjoy healthy and sound bodies they can overcome complications of the pregnancy without any side effects”.

Dr Salwa Bu Yaqoub, Consultant of Obstetrics and Gynecology at HMC reported pregnant females can perform Haj moreover they should consult their physicians to ensure that they are not suffering from any ailments which may affect them or their fetuses. Dr Salwa gave an advice to pregnant Haj pilgrims not to subject themselves to direct sunlight, During Tawaf and Saie use wheelchairs, avoid crowds and take necessary precautions not to get infections and colds.

At the holy sites in Mecca, Mina and Arafat to look after the welfare of pilgrims from Qatar the Supreme Council of Health has employed specialized health teams involving well-manned and equipped ambulances.

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