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Question ID  2739  -  Medical Issues -  2015-08-07 09:45:01
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.
Mohammad Al-Musawi
Question ID  2738  -  Medical Issues -  2015-08-07 02:45:01
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.
Mohammad Al-Musawi
Question ID  2663  -  Medical Issues -  2015-07-08 15:45:01
in the USA several vaccines are from by culturing the virus in cells from babies that were the result of abortion.Is this halal vaccines for Muslims>
Answer:-  Yes it is allowed to use such vaccine because it might be from babies of
miscarriage. Using such vaccine should not mean encouraging abortion at all.
Mohammad Al-Musawi

Question ID  2555  -  Medical Issues -  2015-06-02 21:15:01
Question : I want to apply for a job where Selling medical drugs to muslims & non Muslims for ABORTION. This will involve selling drugs where a women will loose the baby in the womb, this is before two months of pregnancy. Is this halal earning?
Answer:-  Not allowed.
Question ID  2481  -  Medical Issues -  2015-05-03 14:00:02
Salaam alaykum, I do taqlid of Ayatullah Al-Sistani. My question is, I would like to know if it is permissable to take flower remedies which is alcohol based, this is the website The alcohol here is used to preserve the medicinal/vibrational energy that has been derived from the flower. The dosage is usually 4 drops of the flower remedy being put into a 30ml bottle of water and to take 4 drops 4 times a day on/under the tongue (dosage can be increased accordingly). Is this type of medicine allowed? As the alcohol is only being used to preserve the flowers energy and is extremely small amount? Many thanks
Answer:-  According to Ayatullah Sistani, if the percentage of alcohol is up to 2%,
it is allowed to use this medicine.
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