Are pregnant and nursing mothers allowed to not fast without making a prior attempt to fast?

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No, especially for first time mothers. If she feels healthy, she must attempt to fast, and if she later feels difficulty, she should stop.

For subsequent pregnancies, if the woman knows from past experience that she will experience difficulty, then she is not required to attempt to fast.

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