Menstruation and Post-Natal bleeding
She gets yellowish and brownish discharge before and during her period, and that may last all monthI am not married and my period comes regularly every month. But my problem is that it starts off yellow, tinged with beige and brown, and sometimes goes on for three or four days with pain in the lower abdomen, intense agitation and bad mood. Then it becomes black for one or two days at the most, then red blood comes for between five and seven days, then it goes back to a brown colour, then yellow, then after one or two days of the yellow discharge, sometimes there is a white discharge, the sign of purity (end of the period), or sometimes the yellow discharge continues until the next period, i.e., it lasts for a month. My question is: when should I pray and when should I stop praying? When should I fast and when should I not fast?
Her period stopped for six months then it came back and she has been bleeding for more than three weeksI am suffering from irregular periods. Sometimes I have no period for five or six months. The point here is that I got my period three weeks ago, and up till now it has not stopped. Please note that the colour and smell of the blood is that of menstrual blood. What should I do? Should I pray or not? If I have to pray, should I make up any of the prayers I missed?.
Does bleeding caused by the IUD mean that one cannot pray?I have and IUD put in. And I asked the wife of the Sheikh at my local mosque about the procedure of praying while i have the IUD. She said that I can pray, fast, read quran, and have relations with my husband even if I am bleeding. She said because it is not real blood it is just coil blood. Then I wasnt really sure with her answer, so I called another mosque and the Sheikh there said everything opposite. Can you please let me know which method is correct. Can I actually while I am bleeding if I have the IUD.
Is it permissible for a menstruating woman to write Qur’aanic verses?I like to if a woman is allowed to write Sura in Arabic during mentural cycle.
Women in nifaas fasting if the bleeding stops before forty daysThere is a woman who gave birth to a baby approximately one week before Ramadan. For the first third of Ramadan she did not fast, but after the first third of Ramadan the bleeding stopped and she began to see a lot of white discharge. Please note that she started to fast after the first third of Ramadan, i.e., after the bleeding stopped and the white discharge appeared, but there was a lot of it. Is her fasting valid, in sha Allah? Is she taahir (in a state of purity)?.
Her nifaas is intermittent and the bleeding is very light. Should she fast?I gave birth to my daughter at the beginning of the seventh month (of pregnancy), but my daughter died. This is the decree of Allah. I bled heavily for around five days, and after that the bleeding became intermittent. Blood would come once a day, sometimes it would be very little and sometimes it would be heavy. The month of Ramadan began ten days after I gave birth. Every day, before Fajr, I do ghusl and intend to fast, and some days there is blood and some days there is not. Are the fasts that I have observed regarded as valid? Is there a specific timespan for nifaas, before which it is not permitted to do ghusl? I hope you will respond, because I am very confused, and I really want to fast the holy month. May Allah reward you with good.
She had some secretions in which there was a thread of bloodI had some clear white secretion, but there was a thread of blood in it. Please note that I have not had my period for two months, and this is the time when it is due, and I felt some of its symptoms. Should I fast or not?
She has fibroids and bleeds all month; how should she pray and fast?My mother is fifty-one years old; she has fibroids and suffers from bleeding throughout the month. Can she pray and fast, and if so how?.
Is it permissible for a menstruating woman to hold the Mushaf with a barrier and perform ruqyah for herself?Is it permissible for me to perform ruqyah for myself when I am menstruating, and to hold the Mushaf with a barrier, and perform ruqyah for myself ?.
Ruling on ongoing secretions that appear during pregnancyWhen a woman is pregnant she sometimes has ongoing yellow or white secretions. Does she have to do ghusl and wudoo’ every time?.
When menstrual bleeding is ongoing in one who has just started her periodsThere is a girl who is sixteen years old. She reached puberty on the first day of Ramadan (i.e., got her first period), and the bleeding continued without stopping until the end of the month, so she did not fast for the entire month. What must she do?
What is the ruling if the length of the menstrual period is increased because of taking the contraceptive pill?If a woman takes the contraceptive pill and her monthly period changes from five days to ten days, is it permissible for her to stop praying during the additional days?.
If a menstrual period lasts longer than usualIf the monthly period comes and lasts longer than usual like bleeding, is it permissible for a woman to pray and fast in this situation?
There is nothing wrong with a menstruating woman entering the mosque to take something she needs and then come outIt is narrated that ‘Aa’ishah (may Allah be pleased with her) said: The Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) asked me to hand him something from the mosque and I said: I am menstruating. He said: “Your menstruation is not in your hand.” I hope you can explain this hadeeth; does it mean that the menstruating woman cannot enter the mosque or do anything?.
He committed zina with a woman when she was menstruating; does he have to offer the expiation for having intercourse during menses?Me and my wife both commited Zina before our marriage. One occasion, Im ashamed to say, occured during her menses. We gave up this evil act and got married. But I have never made expiation by giving charity. Is the marriage valid based on this?.
Her nifaas (postpartum bleeding) continued for nine months and she did not pray during that timeMy friend continued to bleed following childbirth (nifaas) for nine months, and she did not pray during that time except rarely. What should she do now? If we say that the maximum length of nifaas is 60 days, then she still has six months of prayers to make up. How can she make them up?.
She had a slight bleed and a brownish discharge, then it turned out that she was pregnant. Should she make up missed prayers?I got my period and there was brownish discharge and slight bleeding, and I did not pray on the basis that it was a period, and it lasted for ten days. When I went to find out what caused it to last for so long, it turned out that I was one and a half months pregnant. The question is: should I make up all the missed prayers or what?.
She had a miscarriage after one month, and that coincided with the time of her period - should she pray?My period was one week late, after which I fell whilst walking, and I started to bleed. It seems that there was a pregnancy which had not yet taken human shape, because it was approximately one month. I waited, on the basis that it was a period, but it lasted for ten days, and my period is usually five days only, and I am still bleeding. Should I do ghusl, wear a pad and pray and complete the rituals of my Hajj, and regard it as istihaadah (non-menstrual vaginal bleeding)?
How can a blind woman know when her period has ended?How can a blind woman know when her period has ended?
If someone is sick and unable to move, and the time for prayer comes and it is not possible to do wudoo’ and pray, what should he or she do?I was pregnant and became tired and sick in the fifth month, and I had a watery discharge from the uterus. I took medicine to stop that, but at the beginning of the sixth month, it got worse and I began to feel contractions. I went to the emergency department, and they kept me in hospital, and raised the lower part of my body by putting pillows beneath me, and they put me on a drip for nutrients, and connected me to some other equipment that prevented me from moving. The time for Fajr prayer came and some emergency birth cases came to the hospital, and there was no one who could help me to purify myself or face the qiblah. When the time for the prayer was about to end, I prayed without wudoo’ or facing the qiblah or covering my ‘awrah properly. What is the ruling on this prayer of mine? Please note that I had a miscarriage a few hours after that; praise be to Allah in all circumstances.