Ask Musleh – Do I need a blood test before getting married?

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Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh brothers and sisters and welcome to Ask Muslim. So today we're talking about do you need to get a blood test before getting married. So brothers and sisters want to get married? Do they have to go to the doctor get themselves checked out, make sure that they're okay and so on. The answer to this is very simple brothers and sisters, our Shetty actually encourages this, it actually encourages this precaution if you'd like before getting married. And it's really for the own for our own benefits and for the benefit of the marriage itself so that there are no surprises at later on in the relationship, you want to always make sure that there's

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some level of Sakina and comfort between you and that individual, you want to make sure that things are going to be okay. So it is actually a very good proactive idea. If you'd like to go out, go to the doctor, get yourself checked out, do all the blood tests and so on and make sure that things are okay. Not only is this good for yourself, but inshallah will be very beneficial to the marriage. But the real question is, is this a criteria before getting married to that person, our Shetty, teaches us is that if there was a reason, so if you do have some health issues, and you're afraid that it's going to affect your marriage, then by all means that's a criteria for you to get yourself checked

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out, and make sure that things are going to be okay. So if you really do have some kind of a health issue, then it's really, really wise for you to go ahead and do that. And this is just to keep in mind, part of our etiquettes as believers is that we always think about the other person and we cater to their needs as best as we can. So we want to make sure that in sha Allah, we look out for that person, just like the prophets I send them says, you know, none of you can ever, ever perfect your belief and perfect your belief in the hereafter. Unless you love for your brother, what you love for yourself. So treat others the way you want to be treated. So don't hide these things. If

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you do have these health complications, make sure that at least you get them checked out and the other person is aware that look, you know, this is what I'm dealing with. inshallah, it shouldn't affect our relationship with each other. So only in those circumstances, then it may become a criteria before you get married otherwise, it's a good etiquette. It's a good idea is a this is a sign of somebody who shows a nice proactive attitude, intelligence looking for the best interest of their marriage, and this is something that is good and encouraged for them to do so insha Allah, Allah, having said that, may Allah subhanho wa Taala put Baraka in your marriages was that Mr. De

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Kumara Matala he will work here too.