Blood is a body fluid in humans and other animals that delivers necessary substances such as nutrients and oxygen to the cells and transports metabolic waste products away from those same cells.In vertebrates, it is composed of blood cells suspended in blood plasma. Plasma, which constitutes 55% of blood fluid, is mostly water (92% by volume), and contains proteins, glucose, mineral ions, hormones, carbon dioxide (plasma being the main medium for excretory product transportation), and blood cells themselves. Albumin is the main protein in plasma, and it functions to regulate the colloidal osmotic pressure of blood.
Yes it is allowed for you to use the money which was gifted to you because you have donated blood.
If the blood stopped before Fajr, you must fast that day, but if the blood stopped after Fajr, then no fast in that day and you need to perform a Qadha fast for every day missed because of menstruation or illness or traveling.
In case the blood stopped but no time for Ghusl, Tayammum must be preformed in stead of Ghusl.
She must perform Ghusl and Wudhu and pray and fast. Ghusl is obligatory before Fajr for medium Istihadha.bin excessive istihadha Ghusl is obligatory three times; before Fajr prayer and before Dhuhr prayer and before Maghrib prayer.
She is not allowed to leave fasting or leave praying just because of Istihadha.
Thank you for your question. It is not considered tahir, but if the amount is less then the tip of the thumb to the first crease on your thumb, then it is alright to pray with that amount of blood as long as it has not come into contact with water. For the specific amount of blood there may be differences in opinion and so please also refer to the book of Islamic laws of your Marja.
May you always be successful
Yes, your Ghusl is valid whether your tongue was injuries or not and whether you had a blood inside your mouth or not.
After removing the blood, one time washing with tap or Kurr water is enough and two times with Qaleel water.
In the name of Allah
The answer is Yes.
When You breastfeed someone else's child (with all the conditions that will be mentioned below) That child is basically like a child of Your own. So he/she will be Mahram to:
- You (Breastfeeding mother), your parents, your grandparents and so on, your siblings, your aunts and uncles.
- Your husband (Breastfeeding Father), his parents, his grandparents and so on, his siblings, his aunts and uncles.
- Your Children (current and future), your grandchildren and so on.
But what are the conditions for breastfeeding to result in Mharamiyyat?
1. The child should suck the milk from the breast. So if the milk is poured into the child's mouth, it doesn't count.
2. The child should be under two years of age.
3. The milk should be the result of a Halal relationship.
4. The Child should not throw up the milk. If so, it doesn't count.
5. The quantity or duration of breastfeeding should be either of these:
- Enough so that his/her body would grow due to that milk.
(Grow: muscles/meat are created or bones will be strengthened)
- 15 times in a row. (without any other food or milk from another woman)
- 24 hours straight. (without any other food or milk from another woman)
No that doesn’t invalidate the fast. Please check your Islamic laws book to see the chapter of those specific things which break one’s fast
May Allah grant you sucess
It is makruh to do things which would make one weak while fasting such as giving blood. It still would be permissible to do.
May Allah grant you success
Yes it is permissible
It is haram to intentionally swallow blood, and so if you know you have blood in your mouth, you should spit it out. If you are in the state of prayer, and you taste blood, or for some reason you know you have blood in your mouth, you can spit it into a tissue and continue with your prayer, or wait until you finish your prayer, and then spit it out.
And Allah knows best.
Yes, there is no problem with how much the meat is cooked. Some jurists say that it is makruh to eat raw meat, but whether the cooked meat is rare or medium rare, or anything else is fine.
And Allah knows best.