I want to know if it's allowed while fasting according to the Quran and Sunnah to do hijama during the month of Ramadan?
Here is one narration....
"The cupper and the one being cupped have broken their fast." [Saheeh see Irwaa al-Ghaleel (931)].
However, this hadith abrogated as Sheikh al-Albaani and ibn Hazm (may Allah have mercy upon them) showed by the following hadith:
Abu Sa'eed al-Khudhree r.a said, "The Messenger s.a.w validated cupping for the fasting person." [Saheeh see Irwaa al-Ghaleel (4/74)].
Abdullah ibn Abbas r.a reported that the Messenger s.a.w was cupped while he was fasting. [Saheeh al-Bukhaaree (5694)].
Anas ibn Maalik r.a was asked: "Did you dislike cupping for the fasting person?" He said, "No except for the reason of one becoming weak." [Saheeh al-Bukhaaree (1940)].
In conclusion, the 3 madhaahib are of the opinion that Hijama does not break the fast; whereas the Hanbali scholars are of the opinion that Hijama does break the fast for both the one who has it done and the one who is doing it.
This page seems to cover and summarize the topic and the above Ahadith in a very logical and easy to understand manner.
Hijama is allowed during Ramadhan but not while you're fasting.
The Prophet was reported to have said =
"The cupper and the one for whom cupping is done both break their fast."
(Musnad Ahmed, Sunan Abu Dawud, Jami at Tirmidhi, Sunan ibn Majah)
Many scholars made the claim that this was abrogated and used sayings of Anas bin Malik and Ibn Abbas to cancel the saying of Prophet Mohamed.
However, this is false as whatever the Prophet said was revelation from Allah and only revelation from Allah can nullify itself. And there are no other evidences that say hijama does not break the fast.
Therefore, the safest route is to follow what Rasolullah said and not do hijama while fasting.