[QUOTE=hasinah;233332]The Fiqh of Fasting - sunnipath.com
THE EXPIATORY PAYMENT (FIDYA) FOR FASTING
A very old person who does not have the strength to fast or a very sickly or diseased person who has no hope of recovering after Ramadan must make an expiatory payment for each fast missed in Ramadan.
The expiatory payment for a fast is similar to that of a missed obligatory or necessary prayer:
To give 3½ lbs (approx. 1.6 kg) of wheat or 7 lbs (approx. 3.2 kg) of barley.
Or the equivalent of the above in cash or kind.
If, however, an old or sick person gains strength or recovers after Ramadan, he must keep the missed number of fasts and whatever was given as fidya will be a reward for him from Allah Most High.
No one is allowed to fast for another (sick or fit) person. [Hajj can be made for another person (F: under certain conditions), but one it is not valid to pray or fast for another person.]
Please, i need answers. I was sick during the Ramadan of 1430, whereby i missed 10 days of fasting which i was hoping i will repay after Ramadan. Unfortunately, I could not repay the missed days of fasting till this year's (1431) Ramadan. The sickness warranted that i be place on drugs (specifically timed from last year to this year) with my condition still unstable. Meanwhile I still missed some days of fasting this year before finding somebody to make the expiatory payment to.
My question is how do I repays these missed days? 10 days from last year and 11 days from this year.