The questioner says he was fasting in Ramadhaan and when he touched his nose some drops of blood flowed out without intention. Does this affect my fast?
The doctor treating me asked me to produce some semen and told me that this was imperative at which I felt inconvenienced and coerced such that I gave him some semen for the sake of the test.
If one causes blood to flow, such as having his molar tooth pulled out?
A man came to his wife during the day in Ramadhaan without having skin contact with her. Then he ejaculated semen. We wish to know what the ruling is for him?
Does donating blood during the day in Ramadhaan break the fast?
What is the ruling of one who vomits whilst fasting, does he have to make up his fast or not?
What is the ruling of the one who bleeds whilst fasting?
Is the fast of the cupper and the cupped broken during the day in Ramadhaan?
If one felt pain in his teeth and went to the dentist who either cleaned them or removed one of his teeth, does any of this have any effect on his fast? If the dentist gave him an anaesthetic injection, does this affect the fast?
A man suffering from an uncontrollable flow of urine wanted to dry his penis and, as a result, excreted semen and this was during the day in Ramadhaan.