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Asalamu alaykum

I have been suffering with waswaas related to my fasts breaking for the past 7 years …during Ramadaan over the past few years …sometimes while I am fasting I am certain that liquids , or particles larger than a chick pea size are entering my mouth and going down my throat and breaking my fasts …for example , when I am washing dishes I am certain that the water from the tap splashes and enters my mouth and goes down my throat and breaks my fast …the above happens to me really often …fasting is become a real challenge for me

I suffer from extreme waswaas in salah …wudhu…in relation to my shahadah ….now it’s attacking my saum

At sehri I brush my teeth and rinse my mouth thrice  but I am certain that at sehri and after Sehri I am swallowing tooth paste, it is entering my stomach  and my fast is breaking …..

At sehri I brush my teeth and rinse my mouth thrice but after sehri I am certain there are particles and food particles present( larger then a chic pea) in my mouth and I am swallowing them  …they entering my stomach and my fast is breaking

While cooking ….I am certain the ingredients are flying around and entering my mouth and I am swallowing them  and my fast is breaking

While making wudhu ….even though I do not rinse my mouth ….I  am certain that the water is entering my mouth and I am swallowing it and my fast  is breakingbecause the water splashes

While walking outside …I am certain that particles(larger than a chic pea) are entering my mouth and I am swallowing them and my fast is breaking

Saum is become really tough for me .what should I do

I would like to know if in my situation …from now on …can I only regard my fast as broken if I actually take my hands and put foods and or liquids inside my mouth and swallow the foods and or liquids I put in my mouth , down my throat… as I would love to fast with ease

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Asked on May 28, 2017 11:20 am
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In our view although you think it is certain but in reality nothing is happening. Carry on your fast as normal.
Gargle your mouth when making Wudhu.

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Answered on June 12, 2017 2:50 pm
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