A woman gave birth a number of months earlier by way of Caesarean Section. [The doctor has advised] there is a danger in her conceiving [so soon] again in the forthcoming months, so is it permissible for her to take some pills to prevent a pregnancy or delay it?
If the doctor is of the opinion that the sick person should pray all his prayers sitting down, or seated on a chair, is he then permitted to do so? And will he attain reward [for doing so]?
The questioner says she had an operation on her throat and the doctor advised her not to fast the month of Ramadhaan. So is she required to make an expiation or [just] make up [the missed fasts]?
[O] noble Shaykh, in your opinion, what is the legal ruling regarding a woman going to a male doctor for a check-up?
An example indicative of the peak of his piety in respect to passing legal rulings was when he was asked during one of his lectures about the issue of nutrition-based glucose injections…
One day we visited the Shaykh whilst he was suffering from an ailment in his leg.
If a doctor issued an Islaamic legal ruling to a patient, is the patient required to abide by it, or must he refer [the matter] back to a [religious] scholar?