A baby's birth is one of the most handsome moments that one can ever expect to go through in their life.
Egyptian news outlets say that many expecting moms have gone to Dahab to give birth to their babies in the Red Sea recently, though the reason why is unclear.
Dahab, which lies 50 miles northeast of the popular resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, has become increasingly popular with moms-to-be aiming for a seawater birth, according to local media reports. Her uncle owns a hotel on the shores of the Red sea and he spotted the incident from the balcony of his hotel.
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Photos - which were taken by a tourist from a nearby hotel balcony - show the doctor and father emerging from the water with the baby, with its umbilical cord still attached and its placenta in a plastic container. LADbible also notes that the baby's gender is not yet known, and the woman has not yet been identified.
Hadia the woman had gone for a swim before going into labour, and was followed by her partner and the doctor who helped her deliver the baby. The newborn is brought to the shore where another child seems to have been waiting for them.
The couple and the elderly doctor who assisted with the birth, are reportedly Russian. The doctor's presence shows that the delviery appears to have been planned.
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He also directed the CCPO to ensure that best medical treatment is provided to the personnel and officers injured. Meanwhile, IG Punjab Arif Nawaz Khan has ordered the force to declare a security high alert across the province.
The pictures shared on Facebook on Saturday went viral.
Unknown is whether the woman meant to have a water birth.
According to the American Pregnancy Association, the theory behind water birth is that since the baby has already been in the amniotic fluid sac for nine months, birthing in a similar environment could be less stressful for the baby as well as the mother. Even babies born underwater are said to be more calm than those born in air.
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