Sheikh Abdullah bin Abd al-Azhim Khalafi
13. The Things That Can a person who did Fasting
a. Bath to cool the body
It was narrated from Abu Bakr ibn 'Abdirrahman, from some Companions of the Prophet sallallaahu' alaihi wa sallam, he said, "I have seen the Prophet sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam in Al-'Arj (name of a village within a few days' journey from Medina) watering his head with water, while he was in a state of fasting, because of thirst or heat. "
b. Gargling and putting water into the nose with moderation
From Laqith bin Shabrah radi anhu, he said, the Prophet sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam said:
وبالغ في الاستنشاق إلا أن تكون صائما.
"And do istinsyaq (putting water into the nose) with great except if you are in a state of fasting." 
c. Hijamah (berbekam)
It was narrated from Ibn 'Abbas radi anhuma, he said, "That the Prophet once berbekam was he in a state of fasting." 
However, berbekam dimakruhkan if he was worried cause the body to become weak. Narrated from Thabit al-Banani, he said, Anas bin Malik was asked, "Do you hate berbekam for people who fasted? 'He replied," No, unless it causes the body to become weak. "
d. Petting and kissing for those who can restrain himself
It has been narrated from 'Aisha radi anhuma, that he once recalled, "the Prophet sallallaahu' alaihi wa sallam never kissing and making out the time he was fasting, it's just that he is the person most able to resist his desires of you." 
e. Wake time after arriving in a state Shubuh junub
Based on what was narrated from 'A'ishah and Umm Salamah radi anhuma, that the Prophet sallallaahu' alaihi wa sallam never found the dawn has risen, he is in a state of junub because mingled with his wife, then his bath and fasting. 
f. Continue fasting until the dawn of time
It was narrated from Abu Sa'eed al-Khudri radi anhu, that he heard the Prophet sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam said:
لا تواصلوا, فأيكم أراد أن يواصل فليواصل حتى السحر, قالوا: فإنك تواصل يارسول الله, قال: لست كهيئتكم, إنى أبيت لي مطعم يطعمني وساق يسقيني.
"Do not connect the fast and whoever among you wants to do it, then let him connect his fast until the dawn of time." The Companions asked, "Are not you also connect the Messenger of Allah fasting sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam?" He replied, "My situation is not like you And Allah has prepared me guard who will give me food and drink. "
g. Bersiwak, wearing perfumes, hair oils, eye shadow, eye drops and injections.
Basic permissibility of all this is that despite the legal origin of the prohibition (al-al-Ashliyah Bara'ah), if it is forbidden for the fasting person Allah and the Prophet sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam would explain it.
وما كان ربك نسيا
"And forget not thy Lord" [Maryam: 64]
[Copied from the book Al-Sunnah wal Wajiiz FII Fiqhis Kitaabil Aziiz, author Azhim Shaykh ibn Abdul al-Khalafi Badawai, edition of Indonesia Guide Complete Fiqh, Translation Team Tashfiyah LIPIA - Jakarta, Reader Publishers Ibn Kathir, Ramadan First published in 1428 - September 2007M]
. Saheeh: [Sunan Abi Dawud Shahiih (no. 2072)], Sunan Abi Dawood (VI/492, no. 2348).
. Has passed on the book Thaharah takhrijnya.
. Saheeh: [Sunan Abi Dawud Shahiih (no. 2079)], Shahiih al-Bukhari (Fat-Hul Baari) (IV/174, no. 1939), Sunan Abi Dawood (VI/498, no. 2355), Sunan at- Tirmidhi (II/137, no. 772), with the addition: "... And he was in a state of ihram."
. Saheeh: [Mukhtasar Shahiih al-Bukhari (no. 947)], Shahiih al-Bukhari (Fat-Hul Baari IV/174, no. 1940). And included in this Hijamah law, blood donors, who donate blood if the person concerned would be himself, then he should not do in the daytime except when forced.
. Agreed upon: al-Bukhari Shahiih (Fat-Hul Baari IV/149, no. 1927), Muslim Shahiih (II/777, no. 1106 (25)), Sunan Abi Dawood (VII / 9, no. 2365), Sunan at-Tirmidhi (II/116, no. 725).
. Agreed upon: al-Bukhari Shahiih (Fat-Hul Baari IV/143, no. 1926), Muslim Shahiih (IV/779, no. 1109), Sunan Abu Dawud (VII/14, no. 2371), Sunan at- Tirmidhi (II/139, no. 776).
. Saheeh: [Sunan Abi Dawud Shahiih no. 269], Shahiih al-Bukhari (Fat-Hul Baari IV/208, no. 1967), Sunan Abu Dawud (VI/487, no. 2344).