More Discussions for this daf
1. The rain in Chutz la'Aretz 2. Fasting 3. Yisurim
4. Praying for more than one thing 5. Can grain in a silo increase in quantity even if it is Samuy min Ha'Ayin? 6. Praying for more than one thing
7. Same'ach in Yisurim 8. Wealth 9. Is Pegiah really Tefillah?
10. Can there ever be a plague even if there is no famine? 11. Praying for more than one thing 12. Praying in vain
13. Praying for more than one thing

Avi Rosengard asked:

What if youre about to faint but you know you aren't extremely ill and it would not be life threatening?

Avi Rosengard, San Diego, California, United States

The Kollel replies:

It would depend on which of the fasts it is. If it was Yom Kippur, and the person doesn't think he needs to break his fast, nor does a knowledgable doctor, then he would keep fasting (see OC 618:1). If it was any other fast - including Tisha b'Av - he would probably be best advised to stop the fast (see OC 550:1).

Kol Tuv,

Yonasan Sigler

This is not a Psak Halachah