# 1: Check with your doctor first
Fasting is a rigorous exercise that shakes the body system aggressively!
People who are physically unstable and have health problems, therefore, would have to approach the fast with caution.
In general, even if you feel well, everyone needs to consult with the doctor to certify that they are safe and fit for fasting.
This is important.
Check with your doctor especially:
if you have: diabetes, ulcer, migraines;
if you are breastfeeding or very sick: you need admission, blood transfusion and strong medications;
if you are taking prescription medications;
if you are a child or if you are pregnant; and so.
In this video: Ramadan 2019: Are you medically fit to fast? (Gaviscon Ramadan Fasting Health Tips Series) # 1
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Although I am a doctor, the information I provide here is "general information" and, therefore, does not serve as a diagnosis and treatment specific to your particular health problem. If you need a personalized diagnosis and therapy for your specific medical condition, consult a doctor personally. Also, although I occasionally recommend some strong medications, products and supplements in some videos, I will give you this serious instruction: do not use them indiscriminately or without the prescription of experts.
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