A dangerous Pakistani game that is played with pregnant women of Pakistan and that game is that in our country Pakistan for some time now women have been forced to undergo surgery at the time of childbirth.
Adam was born from clay, first made into a thin and breathed into it, then from Adam’s rib, Bibi Eve was created. When the two came into the world, the human race spread from them and the birth of children was special. After the process, it continued to take place in the womb of a woman. From Adam 10,000 years ago to about a few years ago today, children were born in the same natural way that for thousands of years not only humans but all animals and other The same is true of creatures – but now all of a sudden this change has taken place in Pakistan and India and now it has become very common – 70% of babies are born by cesarean section. The point is to think that all other creatures, such as dogs and cats, give birth to babies in the same natural way as before, but are the only human beings who have been misled by butcher-like doctors out of lust for their money and greed. I have put it.
Doctors say today’s diet is so poor that it prevents mothers and babies from giving birth without surgery – but the question arises as to whether malnutrition is not just a matter of humans but animals. Today’s cows and buffaloes are also eating grass made from urea and chemicals. Dogs and cats are also eating farm chicken bones and meat but they do not need surgery.
In our opinion, in this whole matter, there is nothing but lust for money. Today’s doctor is made to make money. Just think, why do parents make their children doctors? Do they even have the slightest idea that My son or daughter will serve humanity – no not at all. Parents make doctors thinking that they will earn more money, so the result is that they are supposed to be doctors, but they are the ones who slaughter humanity. Today, if a woman goes to the hospital at the time of birth, she is psychologically harassed so much that she is forced to have an operation, as a good amount of money can be taken out of the patient’s pocket. The operation is agreed upon by threatening to draw.
Globally, surgery is not considered a good idea because it can lead to a variety of illnesses and problems for both mothers and children throughout life. Scientists have found that five out of five babies born through surgery have been diagnosed with the disease. The risk of developing obesity increases before reaching the age of one – 50% higher than normal-born babies – and they are more likely to develop asthma. According to the report, the scientists, while explaining the disadvantages of giving birth through maternity surgery, said that women who give birth through maternity surgery also have an increased risk of miscarriage and infertility. In this study, scientists at the University of Edinburgh obtained a record of the health of thousands of babies born by both methods, obtained it, and analyzed it.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the caesarean section an undesirable method of maternity due to its harmful effects and has set a standard of 10 to 15 percent per annum.
Sir Ganga Ram, the largest government hospital in Punjab based in Lahore, gives birth to about 5,000 babies every year. According to hospital statistics, 8% of these babies are delivered through cesarean section. The section should only be used in the life of the mother and baby is in danger because when the abdomen is cut, it can become infected and the wound does not heal quickly. Complaints remain. After the first child undergoes surgery, it is more likely that every child will undergo surgery.
One of the reasons for the increase in the operation is to make more money as normal delivery costs Rs 10,000 but if the operation is done it can cost from Rs 30,000 to Rs 1 lakh. Get to work
The government should take steps against unnecessary operations to end injustice against women we
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