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Rami88
08-12-2010, 03:44 AM
For the past few months I have been getting dehydrated easily. I would drink a glass of juice but 20 minutes later I will feel thirsty again. I also often wake up in the night to have a drink because my throat gets really dry.

I will fast today inshallah but if I feel desperate for a drink what should I do?

p.s. No I haven't seen a doctor. I don't trust them. :(
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Vigno
08-12-2010, 06:27 AM
Asalamu Alekum

Dear brother you can't break your fast unless you have a disease that really can cause a risk on your life if you fast and Allah knows best. So you SHOULD go to a doctor and a proper one to see if you are really having a disease. And you know, feeling more thirsty is a gift, you know why? Because you feel thirsty for Allah, so how beautiful and wonderful that is. Therefore, I advice you to NOT break your fast unless you really get proof of it being deadly to you, in that case you are not allowed to fast.
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ابن آل مرة
08-12-2010, 06:30 AM
Originally Posted by Rami88
For the past few months I have been getting dehydrated easily. I would drink a glass of juice but 20 minutes later I will feel thirsty again. I also often wake up in the night to have a drink because my throat gets really dry.

I will fast today inshallah but if I feel desperate for a drink what should I do?

p.s. No I haven't seen a doctor. I don't trust them. :(
The only time you can break your fast is when you are travelling, or extremely ill. Be patient and ask Allah to grant you to strength.
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Muslim Woman
08-12-2010, 07:46 AM
Salaam bro

as already advised , do fast . Break it if u feel really sick .

And Allah Knows Best.

BTW. as long as we don't have alternate for doc , do consult a Muslim doc.
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أحمد
08-20-2010, 06:43 PM
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Drink plenty of water; avoid juices (or at least cut down on them), especially those with high sugar contents. Its possible the juices you drink contribute to dehydration, in fact its more than likely.

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