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Pregnant women who are obliged to provide their babies are hungry more often because of the extra calories they need. For this reason, it is recommended that pregnant women take small meals to keep their blood sugar stable, which is prone to fall every 3 to 4 hours. Anadolu Medical Center (ASM) Suadiye Medical Center Gynecology Specialist Op. Dr. Mete Bostanci, long-term hunger and thirst gave information about the effects created by pregnant women.
The greatest danger for the baby is the increase in blood during long-term hunger and thirst of a substance called ketone which may adversely affect their neurological and psychological development in the future. Ketones, which may be harmful to both the mother and the baby, result from the depletion of the body's sugar store during long-term hunger and burning of fats for the energy requirements of the cells. A study published by Rizzo et al.
Long periods of fluidlessness of the body can also cause problems in pregnant women. In pregnant women, the amount of blood and fluid in the veins increases. In order to maintain this amount of blood and fluid, pregnant women should take at least three liters of fluid per day. In the event of a decrease in fluid, blood pressure drops, and the blood flow to the placenta (the wife's wife) and thus to the baby decreases. As a result, the baby's oxygen uptake may fall below ideal rates.
In summary, fasting of pregnant women who want to fast, as an accident fast at the end of pregnancy will be much more positive both for themselves and the baby. Pregnant women who want to fast should necessarily consult their physician.