How To Thrive As A Muslim Woman: A Guide To Reproductive Health And Wellness | Dr Haifaa Younis |

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In this thought-provoking video, esteemed speakers Dr. Haifa Younis and Dr. Mona El Gojel shed light on the often overlooked topic of fertility and reproductive health in Muslim communities.

Infertility is a challenging issue faced by individuals and couples, irrespective of their faith. However, within Muslim communities, the significance of family and motherhood is emphasized, making the struggles of conception even more significant.

Join us as we explore the intersection of fertility and mental health in Muslim communities. Dr. Haifa Younis, an American board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist, provides valuable medical advice and insights on infertility, while Dr. Mona El Gojel offers expertise in the area of mental well-being.

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24 thoughts on “How To Thrive As A Muslim Woman: A Guide To Reproductive Health And Wellness | Dr Haifaa Younis |

  1. Jazakallahu khairan for you all, alhamdulillah really need to hear that. I have been married for a year now and had 2 miscarriages, Subhanallah it’s not easy with family and in-laws questions, and sometimes I feel really depressed but alhamdulillah I keep faith that one day Allah will bless us with children. Sending thoughts to all the women out there hoping to hug their babies in their arms one day, may Allah bless us all

  2. I was married about 9 years ago. Tried for having a baby but it was not part of Allahs plan. Felt really depressed at the time and shed many tears. Fast forward 9 years ,Allah did the best for me by not granting me children. The marriage ended in divorce . Allah knows what is best for us in His wisdom. Although , we may not understand at the time and we may be suffering. Place your trust in Allah at all times and know that He will never let you down.

    1. bless you Allah is all wise. it is not your fault if you unable to conceive.

  3. Assalamu alaikum. Please share some wisdom for menstruation during Hajj and should we take medicines to postpone it or not.

    1. You might get a headache. The farwell tawaf is obligatory so you have to do it, in which case an animal will be need to be slaughtered and it has to be slaughtered within the haram.

  4. It has been so benefecial to me I am bessed to hear your lecture my sisters may allah bless you❤❤❤❤❤❤

  5. As a newly wed for almost 1year Alhamdulilah, recently diagnosed with PCOS , trying to conceive has been very hard. So many ups and downs, but soon InshaAllah I can experience motherhood ❤

  6. I love you for the sake of allah Dr haifa. Allah sent u to me to be guided. I pray I will be your student in year of knowledge program 😢 ya allah make me dr haif student I would love to know you more ya allah ❤

    When I see all this amazing educated women I wonder how our mother aisha was when she delivered the knowledge and how productive she was.

  7. May Allah forgive all his shortcomings and grant him al jannatul firdaus Allahumma ameen

  8. A great effort to arrange a conference on infertility. I wish I could learn early and could help one of my sister( my brother-in-law’s wife). She did suicide last year because doctors told she can never be a mother because she never had her menstrual cycle after her marriage. She could not cope all the stress from her in-laws and suicide after a year of marriage. May Allah forgive and rest her soul in peace. Ameen!

    1. Ina lilah wa ina ilayhi rajioon, such a sad story walahi, Allah yerhamha 💔

  9. Subhanallah! This information is so incredibly value. May Allah preserve our beautiful sister Dr Haifaa and reward her with the best in this life and the next, Ameen 🤲

  10. JezakumAllah Alf kheyr I am proud of you! Allhamdullilah we are lucky to have Muslimah scholars like all of you!

  11. What and amazing lecture Amy Allah be pleased with these women love doc Haifa ❤

  12. Jazakallah for this initiative! May Allah SWT bless us with righteous spouses who will be the coolness of our eyes and may Allah SWT bless us with righteous children! ✨✨

  13. Asslaam alaikum

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