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Organ transplantation is the moving of an organ from one body to another or from a donor site to another location on the patient's own body, for the purpose of replacing the recipient's damaged or absent organ. With regard to the donor, the transplantation can be categorized into three types, i.e. : Donors(Organ donation) in a state of still alive. Donors(...


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It is Haram (prohibited) for a patient to hasten their death, whether by committing suicide or by taking medication to kill themselves. It is also Haram for a doctor, a nurse, or any other person to carry out the patient’s request, even if their disease is incurable. Anyone who assists in this shares in the sin, because they intentionally kill a human, whose ...


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Regarding Asthma Inhalers, al-lajnah al-daai'mah said: Asthma medication which a sick person inhales reaches the lungs through the windpipe and does not reach the stomach. It does not constitute food or drink, nor is it regarded as similar to them. Rather, it is similar to urethra drops, deep head and body wound medication, kohl, enemas and ...


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Obviously, missing any of the five daily prayers when one can avoid doing so isn't a good idea. However, if you do have to decide between them, the fajr would probably be more important based on the hadith of the prophet wherein he said "...if you can avoid missing a prayer before the rising of the sun (Fajr) and before its setting (`Asr) you must do so." ...


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Short Answer: No, it's not haraam to take medicine that contains alcohol, but haram to use alcohol itself as a medicine. Completion: That's because when melted with water (or medicine) in small amounts (for example, 5% alcohol), alcohol will dissolve and the result will not cause person to be drunk, which is why alcohol is prohibited (causing one to be ...


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Hypnosis seems to be a good tool for curing psychological problems wherein the hypnotist can have the patient regress into his past (not "past life") to find the root cause of his psychological disturbance. The human psyche (as created by Allah) has the ability to store practically all the information received from the five senses without any conscious ...


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For the most part, the general guidelines when it comes to plastic surgery or cosmetic surgery, or orthodontic procedures are the same for men and women. When there is an explicit text that specifies something for men and women, then that is a point of difference. The general rule is that plastic surgery is permitted if it is to correct a deformity or there ...


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Probiotics are microorganisms that basically keep your gut working properly. Despite the name, "human-strain" probiotics don't actually involve humans or human byproducts as ingredients, they're just particular species of microorganisms that naturally (or exclusively) reside in human hosts already. Regardless of the source of the original culture, ...


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According to Fiqh of Shia Islam using hypnosis for medical purposes is permitted but for discovering hidden information or for getting news from past or future is not permitted. References: Official website of Grand Ayatollah Makarem Shirazi


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There is no evidence above whether it is Makruh or not but it is Mustahabb (preferable) to eat food at Suhur There is no evidence to show whether or not it is makruh or haram but it is permissible as it would contain vitamins that are essential for the brain. There is no difference in these tablets and food eaten in suhur in regards to making fasting more ...


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Doctor-patient confidentiality of and by itself does not provide a blanket exemption to backbiting. However, when discussing family history or hereditary diseases with the intention of reaping a benefit (improving your health) or restricting harm (e.g., curing an ailment or disease), then it is encouraged both Islamically and medically. In the introduction ...


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In any product you buy, you usually find these additives like gelatin, emulsifiers, etc. No matter what the product is, so long as it is not halal, then that entire food becomes not halal. Regarding gelatin, emulsifiers, and other additives that originate from animals, they usually use pig fats for them, but many companies also claim to use beef or other ...


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Wa'alikumussalam warahmatullah wa barakatuh: May Allah rewards you with peace, love and blessings. Any rules in Islam (aka hukum) are based on citation of 2 main source: The Quran and hadith by the prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). The basis of Islamic law is that any act is permissible (halal) except those forbidden by Allah and His Rasul. Satan has ...


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قال عليه الصلاة والسلام : رُفِعَ الْقَلَمُ عَنْ ثَلَاثَةٍ : عَنِ النَّائِمِ حَتَّى يَسْتَيْقِظَ ، وَعَنِ الصَّبِيِّ حَتَّى يَحْتَلِمَ ، وَعَنِ الْمَجْنُونِ حَتَّى يَعْقِلَ رواه أبوداود في " السنن " (رقم/4403) وصححه الألباني في " صحيح أبي داود He said peace be upon him : ( Pen is lifted for three: the sleeper until wakes up, and the boy until he ...


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Saying that: whereas Allah swt has prohibited "flesh of swine" and not bone of swine Is against the consensus of scholars of Fiqh and Tafsir which was narrated by Imam Al-Qurtubi that all the swine is haram for eating including bone, skin and everything else. They explain that the wisdom of mentioning the flesh because it is what people usually target ...


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I don't see what is wrong about Clinical Trials to be prohibited in Islam. In Egypt we have a government-based company called Vacsera. In this company they do drug trials on volunteers before releasing the drugs to public.


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Although many people are told that its best to pull the plug on paitents that are brain dead, there are cases in which people have survived, such as this one. If it is possible for someone to recover from brain death that must mean that the human soul is still in the body while they are being pronounced as "leagally dead." death is usually defined as the ...


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I hope my answer be useful. I think they are similar. According to Jafari Fiqh: Q16: If a percentage of the pressurized gas taken orally by an asthma patient reaches his stomach, will it invalidate his fast? A: It does not invalidate his fast, unless it contains a liquid medicine which he knows that some particles of it will reach his stomach. ...


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According to the Jafari Fiqh, yes it is haram. Question : Some people believe that a brain-dead person is a dead person, even if the heart has not yet stopped and that it will definitely stop after that. This is what the doctors say. Is a person who has been pronounced brain-dead be considered dead, even if his heart is still working? ...


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We survey online fatawa below. All of the surveyed fatawa say blood donation is permissible in order to save a life, using the maxim necessity overrides prohibition. However, blood donations are not so black and white. Blood transfusions are ordinarily performed well before a patient gets to a life-or-death stage; blood needs to be donated in advance of ...


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The smaller quantity does not make a difference: The Prophet (ﷺ) said: If a large amount of anything causes intoxication, a small amount of it is prohibited. (Abu Dawud) I suggest that you do your research about naturopathy since most of it is false, and it is not scientific. Especially considering it is asking you to do something prohibited. Unless, a ...


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The best way to use the eyes drop in night when you are going to be sleep. But if you put drops in the morning or day timing while you fasting also then your fast is broken. Because when you use any eye drops and injections eyes are connected to your throat when you put some drops into your eyes you can feel the taste of drop which becomes the reason of ...


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The application of eye drops in one's eyes does not invalidate the fast, even if the taste of the eye drops can be felt in the mouth and throat.If any one felt the taste of that particular drop in the mouth and throat then of course the eye drop invalidate the fast otherwise not.


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There is a topic about it on the link below. https://islamqa.info/en/2438 Generally speaking, medical treatment or seeking a cure is allowed, because of the report of Abu’l-Darda’ (may Allaah be pleased with him) who said: “The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: ‘Allaah has sent down the disease and the cure, ...


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In general, necessity overrides prohibition. This comes from Qur'an verses such as: ... But whoever is forced [by necessity], neither desiring [it] nor transgressing [its limit], then indeed, your Lord is Forgiving and Merciful. -- Qur'an 6:145 Other examples are: Qur'an 5:3, Qur'an 2:173, Qur'an 16:106. Then the question becomes: when is something ...


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Yes you can break the fast and can also compensate it as per Quran. Read the following verse: "Fast for a specified number of days, but if any one among you is ill or on a journey, let him fast the same number of days later. For those who can fast only with extreme difficulty, there is a way to compensate -- the feeding of a needy person. But he who does ...


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In regard to this question which could be considered as an approved practice, there seems to be some viewpoints which apparently are not precisely the same, but could be considered as a permissible act by observing some conditions. For instance I term two of them (from the viewpoint of some Shi'a scholars or Marja’al-Taqlids) which hopefully could be ...


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There's a difference of opinion on this. The more commonly encountered opinion among scholars is that transitioning is haram. Examples of fatawa which unequivocally declare it haram are: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13. There's not much nuance in this case: mostly the evidence is it's "changing the creation of Allah" and "men imitating women and ...


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