If the gum of the fasting person bleeds and he swallows the blood

Q 10: If a man's gum bleeds because of a disease or due to pulling out a tooth and the fasting person swallows the blood, then what is the ruling on this regard?


A: If the gum of the fasting person bleeds because of treatment, then it is an obligation upon him to spit it out of his mouth, and if some of this blood goes into his throat unwillingly, then there is no blame on him.

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