What about blood tests and blood donations?

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If the blood that is withdrawn is regarded as being a small amount for a blood test, then this procedure does not invalidate the fast.

If a person donates blood and a large amount is taken, this invalidates their fast, by analogy with cupping, which refers to the act of letting blood flow from the veins.

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