Is it permissible for a woman to take menstruation pills to take advantage of the month of Ramadan? And when does vomiting invalidate the fast? “Khathlan,” he answers

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The professor at the College of Sharia at Imam Muhammad bin Saud Islamic University, Sheikh Saad Al-Khathlan, explained the ruling on a Muslim woman taking pills to prevent menstruation to take advantage of the month of Ramadan, as well as when vomiting spoils the fast.

He stated, during his speech on the “Istaftounak” program broadcast on the “Al-Risala” channel, that it is permissible for a woman to take these pills if they are not harmful to her health, stressing the need to consult a doctor before taking them.

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Al-Khathlan advised not to take these pills at all. Because it prevents something normal from happening in the woman’s body, this prevention is likely to have negative effects on the woman’s health in the long run.

On the other hand, the Sheikh warned that vomiting becomes invalidating the fast if a person vomits intentionally, but if the matter is beyond the control of the Muslim, then his fast is considered valid.

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