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Babu hujjar cewa haɗin ayaba, ƙwai, madara da baikin soda na taimakawa mata samun juna biyu- aje a ga ƙwararru akan lalurar mata

A TAƘAICE: Wani rubutu a Facebook da ke yawo a Najeriya na iƙirarin cewa mace mai neman haihuwa zata haɗa nunanniyar ayaba, ɗanyen ƙwai da madara tayi amfani da su. Ba mu samu wata hujja a kimiyance da ta tabbatar da hakan ba.

Wani bidiyo da aka saka a Facebook a Najeriya na iƙirarin cewa shan haɗin nunanniyar ayaba, ɗanyen ƙwai, madara da baikin soda na taimakawa mata samun juna biyu. 

Bidiyon na haɗe da wani rubutu da ke cewa “Wahalar ɗaukar juna biyu, kasa haihuwa, matsalar fitar ƙwayayen mahaifa, ku gwada wannan yana da kyau kuma yana aiki.”

Mai magana a bidiyon na cewa, ayabar ta kasance ta nuna, sannan aka bayyana amfanin su. Ta kuma bawa jama’a shawarar sake shan wannan haɗi bayan watanni uku. 

An kalli bidiyon fiye da sau 84,000. An kuma yi tsokacin godiya da kuma tambayoyi. 

An yi da’awa irin wannan a nan, nan da nan

A shekarar 2019, Africa Check ta ƙaryata irin wannan da’awar. A lokacin wani ƙwararren likitan kula da samun haihuwa ya shaida mana cewa haɗin madara, ƙwai, ayaba da baikin soda basu da tasiri akan haihuwa.

Wannan haɗin zai taimakawa mata samun juna biyu? Mun duba yiwuwar hakan

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Aje a ga ƙwararrun likitocin mata, Farfesa ya ce

Africa Check ta tuntuɓi Ishaq Abdul, Farfesa akan lalurar mata da masu juna biyu a jami’ar Ilorin akan haɗin da kuma ko haɗin zai taimakawa mata wajen samun juna biyu. 

Ya ce akwai abubuwa da dama da ke jawo matsalolar rashin haihuwa a kimiyance, kuma bai taɓa cin karo da wani bincike akan wannan haɗi ba. 

“A matsayin mu na likitoci masu kula da lalurorin mata, muna yin tambayoyin da suka dace, muna duba marasa lafiya, muna bunciken da ya dace, sannan muyi amfani da sakamakon binciken don gano musabbabin matsala da kuma bada taimakon da ya dace don magance matsala,” ya ƙara da cewa. 

Sannan ya bawa masu son ɗaukar juna biyu shawarar ganin ƙwararrun likitocin mata. 


 

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