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Does a fast break if you take something that goes into your bloodstream?

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  • Muslimah_08
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    Re: Does a fast break if you take something that goes into your bloodstream?

    Originally posted by shay5 View Post
    medical purposes so yes..:jkk:
    Wa iyaaki.

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  • shay5
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    Re: Does a fast break if you take something that goes into your bloodstream?

    medical purposes so yes..:jkk:

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  • Muslimah_08
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    Re: Does a fast break if you take something that goes into your bloodstream?

    ^ and the source is http://islamqa.info/en/38023 (for some reason I couldn't edit my post to add the link)

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  • Muslimah_08
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    Re: Does a fast break if you take something that goes into your bloodstream?

    :salams

    "The fourth of the things that invalidate the fast is anything that is regarded as coming under the same heading as eating and drinking

    This includes two things:

    1- Transfusion of blood to one who is fasting – such as if he bleeds heavily and is given a blood transfusion. This invalidates the fast because blood is formed from food and drink.

    2- Receiving via a needle (as in the case of a drip) nourishing substances which take the place of food and drink, because this is the same as food and drink. Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen, Majaalis Shahr Ramadaan, p/ 70.

    With regard to injections which do not replace food and drink, rather they are administered for the purpose of medical treatment – such as penicillin or insulin – or are given to energize the body, or for the purpose of vaccinations, these do not affect the fast, whether they are intravenous or intramuscular (injected into a vein or a muscle). Fataawa Muhammad ibn Ibraaheem, 4/189. But to be on the safe side, these injections may be given at night.

    Kidney dialysis, in which blood is extracted, cleaned and then returned to the body with the additional of chemical substances such as sugars and salts etc. is regarded as invalidating the fast. Fataawa al-Lajnah al-Daa’imah, 10/19"

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  • Does a fast break if you take something that goes into your bloodstream?

    If you are fasting and take something not orally that goes into your bloodstresm then will the fast break..?

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