Does during fasting makes it void. Does it depend on the amount of bleeding or the type bleeding. I need full details about it.
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Bleeding, as in bleeding from a cut or a wound, does not make the fast void in and of itself. If, however, the blood loss is enough to weaken you to the point that further fasting would actually be harmful to your health, the fast should be broken; this would fall under the same general ruling as breaking your fast due to illness and making it up at a later date.
However, in the case of women where the bleeding is menstrual or post-natal blood, the fast is considered void. Again, this would need to be made up at a later date.
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