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    Yesterday, I fasted but towards the end of the day, my tummy was literally burning and my heart was beating so fast. My hands were shaking and it felt like I was going to collapse. I didn't want to break my fast but I couldn't go on any longer. Then, it was iftar and I took two sips of water and I was trying to eat the date but it was really hard. I was full up but then I had this overwhelming urge to vomit. I then vomited and ate my food after. I didn't fast today as I felt really ill. Should I fast tommorow? Is it haram if I don't?
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    i don't really know a lot about ramadam, but i know that this is a health issue, and you're exempt from fasting if you have a health issue, so yes, as long as you make up for it by doing something good i think?
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    If you are by any means really ill where you have to take medicine don't suffer and fast. Get better and then fast I hope you feel better soon!
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    I think your body's giving you the only answer you should listen to.
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    I'm pretty sure you're not meant to continue a fast which is making you genuinely unwell, although I know it's a difficult decision to make to break your fast. It's possible you get used to it and if the temperature goes down a few degrees you may feel a little better, but it's also possible that your body isn't coping and will get worse. Perhaps you could talk to your parents/imam and ask their advice on what you should do?
 
 
 
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