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Question ID  2921  -  Medical Issues
Asalam aleikum my question is regarding nasal flu vaccine which is been offered to children ages of 5 to 8 in school. It is a simple spray up the nose and protects the child from a lot of flu like diseases. But the problem is the vaccine contains gelatine that comes from pork as one of its addivtives. As a Muslim will my child be allowed to have this vaccine or not. Thank you
 
Answer:-  If this vaccine does not enter the stomach, it is allowed to take it as a
nasal vaccine only.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi

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Question ID  2907  -  Medical Issues
salaam walekum ,most of shias are suffering from cancer these days .Please send us remedy for it as soon as possible.
 
Answer:-  وإذا مرِضتُ فهو يَشفين
WA IZA MARIZTU FAHOW YASHFEEN
Wassalam
 
Question ID  2799  -  Medical Issues
Salam alaikum. I am a 21 year old girl and i have been suffering from MIGRAINE since 5 years. It troubles me a lot and i want a cure for it please help. Khuda hafiz
 
Answer:-  There are many verses in Quran which can help but mainly reciting Sura Al
Hamd putting your hand on your head where ever is the pain, and also Ayatul
Kursi.
It is very useful to pray two Rak'at of Salaat then prostrate and say
during Sojood ( SHOKRAN LILLAH) 40 times, then raise your head from Sojood
and wipe over the place of Sojood then wipe over your head and face.
You can repeat this after your prayers.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi

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Question ID  2739  -  Medical Issues
Salamun Alaikum .......I have just asked Question at this website with Question ID 2738..Actually I mean side effects on Foetus not abortion. What is the ruling If drug only causes some side effect on foetus if given to pregnant mother? What is the ruling if drug may cause serious side effects but that occurs less frequently?
 
Answer:-  It is not allowed to give any medicine which can be harmful to the pregnant
or her embryo.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi
 
Question ID  2738  -  Medical Issues
Salamun Alaikum ........Some medical drugs have high risk(not always) of Foetus damage when prescribed to pregnant women. Can a Shia Doctor can prescribe such drugs to his pregnant patient as it is not always damaging?
 
Answer:-  No, it is not allowed to take such risk which can cause killing a human
embryo, even if the possibility is small. Doctor should give the pregnant
and all patients the safe medicines only.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi
 
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