Method of Childbirth In Quran: Taught 1,400 Years Ago

Childbirth is one of the most incredible and tough things for women, which comes with great pain and afterward the joy of having a child.
Islam Taught The Proper Method of Childbirth 1400 Years Before Science
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Islam, almost 1,400 years ago had taught us the way to have children without feeling pain, and this happened even before science ever existed.

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Muslims consider Islam as the perfect religion mainly due to the close corroboration of what was practiced or discovered thousands of years ago with scientific evidence.

All of Allah’s revelations and orders for a prosperous life make the Qur’an and Islam a complete code of life.

As far as childbirth is concerned, the Qur’an suggested the proper method long before science.

Child Birth in Quran

When Maryam (A.S) was giving birth to Issa (A.S), Allah guided her so that the labor process became less painful for her.

In Surah Al-Maryam, Allah ordered her to go to a stream of water where there was a palm tree and shake the tree by pulling from the trunk so that dates could fall. According to science and medicine, when a woman is in labor, she has to hold on to something and pull it so that the labor process can be less painful by releasing muscle tension.

Then, Allah ordered Maryam (A.S.) to cool herself with the water from the stream. Modern medicine now suggests that when a woman in labor sits in cold water, it helps her to alleviate labor pain.

Finally, Allah ordered her to eat the dates that had fallen from the tree. Today, science proves that dates contain absorbable sugar that cools body heat down and the fructose present improves blood circulation and raises blood pressure.

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