Ramadhan Mubarak! May this month bring you blessings, remove your sins, and raise your emaan. Ameen
The Prophet (PBUH) said: “Make use of medical treatment, for Allah (SWT) did not appoint a disease without assigning a remedy for it, with the exception of the disease of old age.”
Do you think besides the chelation, we should have faith that it is God’s divine hands that will play a part in children’s healing?
(from a sister who will remain anonymous)
Wa Alaikum Salaam Dear Sister,
May Allah strengthen your Iman and expiate many sins for you through your patience in helping your dd, Ameen.
I know where you are coming from. This is a test and we must have patients with the Qadr of Allah in our children’s condition, but Allah does not ever tell us not to go after cure. We are truly blessed that we have been given Islam. We know that Allah is the only cure. Not DMSA, ALA, supplements, nor thyroid will cure our children except by the will of Allah. But where we are given permissibly to search for a cure or a treatment we can take those things as gifts from Allah.
We give the supplements or the medicine and Allah cures. Sister this life is short, and I now Autism as a blessing because it will not keep our children out of Jennah. Some people have children who go astray and leave the religion and turn back on Allah and this is truly tragic. Think of Noah asking Allah for his son, and Allah telling him he is not part of your family because he doesn’t believe. What ever Autism is, it is better than many things that could happen to us or to them.
We have had Ruqyah said over my son, and we pray, Insha’allah because I believe we must do everything we can.
Fi Amaan Illah