Menstruation and Post-Natal bleeding
Is there any nifaas in the case of caesarean birth?Is there any nifaas in the case of caesarean birth?.
Her nifaas (post-partum bleeding) came back when she was fastingIf a woman’s nifaas stops after one week of giving birth and she starts fasting with Muslims during Ramadaan then the bleeding reoccurs, should she break her fast in this case? Does she have to make up the days she fasted and the days she did not fast?.
Expiation for one who had intercourse with his menstruating wife in RamadaanHow can one who has repented from having intercourse with his wife when she was menstruating on an ordinary day offer expiation, and what is the expiation for having intercourse with her when she was menstruating during Ramadaan? This happened although we knew that these actions are haraam, and now we want to repent to Allaah and seek forgiveness. I hope that you can tell me of something I can do so that Allaah may forgive me. May Allaah reward you with good.
Blood of nifaas returning on the fortieth dayI gave birth and the bleeding lasted for two weeks, during which it sometimes stopped Then during the next two weeks or so I had some yellow spotting and I saw the sign of purity (tuhr) on the 34th day of nifaas, so I did ghusl and prayed Zuhr, and my husband had intercourse with me, then at ‘Asr time I saw some yellowish spots, and two days later I started bleeding again, until the end of the 40 days, when I saw the tuhr so I did ghusl and prayed, but I was still bleeding very slightly. Now since yesterday I have been bleeding continually and I do not know whether I am in a state of purity or still in nifaas? What is the ruling on the days during which I had the yellowish spotting? Do I have to make up the prayers that I did not offer during those days or was it nifaas?.
Ruling on washing menstrual pads before throwing them awayDoes a woman have to wash the towels she uses during her period before throwing them into the bin?.
After her menses dries up, there is a discharge, so does she have to wait?In the past, I used to know that my menses had ended by seeing the white discharge, but in some months I would wait until night on the eighth day, but I would not see anything except dryness. Then I would do ghusl and not wait another day until the discharge appeared, because the dryness would go on for a long time, and I was afraid of missing prayers as a result. But last month I waited until after midnight (on the eighth day) and I saw the discharge, so I got worried that during all those months when I thought that my menses had ended on the basis of dryness only that I had been too hasty, and that I should have stayed up all night until dawn, until I saw the discharge, so that I would not miss the prayers. Please advise me, may Allah reward you.
Reason why a menstruating woman should use a piece of cloth perfumed with musk after doing ghuslWhat is the reason for using a piece of cloth perfumed with musk after the menstrual bleeding finishes?.
Removing hair and nails during the menstrual periodIs removig and disposing of hair and nail during menstruation a sin? is it required to wash them before disposing during menstruation?.
She gets brownish spotting before the bleeding startsMy period does not come naturally, rather I have to take pills to bring it on. Two months ago I took medicine to bring it on but I did not get my period. This month I took pills to bring it on, and on the day when I was supposed to get my period I got some brownish spotting, which came and went throughout the day, then the next day I had reddish spotting, then I had bleeding which was like a natural period. My question: on the first day on which I had brownish spotting, should I stop praying or should I pray?.
She had a miscarriage after two months of pregnancy and she is asking about the fasts she observed when she was bleedingA woman started bleeding two days before she had a miscarriage, and that was in Ramadaan. She also bled for two days after the miscarriage. The foetus was two months old – should she make up the fasts or what should she do? Please note that she fasted and did not break her fast.
Her sign of purity comes and goes, and she gets a yellowish discharge on the eleventh dayThere is a woman who bleeds for the first four days of her period, then after that it stops on the fifth day, then on the sixth day she has some light bleeding. On the seventh, eighth and ninth days there is something that is different from menstrual blood that comes around noon time only. On the eleventh day there is a yellowish discharge. Please note that she does not see the white discharge. Does she have to make up the fast for the eleventh day?
Should he have intercourse with his menstruating wife and pay the expiation because her menstrual cycle is so long?My period lasts ten days, and then I find yellowish discharge for another five days. This offends my husband a lot as he cannot tolerate this. Is he allowed to have an intercourse with me before then ten day ends then pay expiation? Especially that I have only 16 days between the two periods.
Her period became longer because of the IUDDuring Ramadaan, my wife went and had an IUD (“the coil”) inserted after her period finished, and her period became longer, so she did not fast for eleven days. After that it was proven that for four of those days the blood was not menses but irregular bleeding. What is the ruling on those days? Is there any expiation to be offered? What is it?.
Brownish discharge one day after menses endedMy period began one day, then after that it stopped and I had a brown discharge. Then after that it came again (I mean my period is four days), then after one day there was nothing. I did ghusl and went to pray Taraweeh, and I prayed and read Qur’aan and fasted. Then the period came again at night. Do I have to make up that day? And the Qur’aan that I read, do I have to read it again?.
She saw a spot of blood – should she fast?When I went to the washroom to relieve myself I saw a spot of blood in the toilet, which made me worried and I was not sure whether I was menstruating, Should I pray and complete my fast or not?.
Her period ended then she saw some drops of bloodThere is a woman who is 46 years old, who has some small fibroids in her uterus. Her period ended on June 20, and she started bleeding again on October 3, i.e., after three months and 12 days approximately. The colour of the blood is light red and it hardly comes out, hence she could not tell if it was menses. Should she stop fasting and praying or is this a case of sickness because of the fibroids?.
She becomes dry then the white discharge appears one week laterMy monthly period used to be 6-7 days, and I would know that it had ended when I no longer saw any blood, because the white discharge usually did not come until a week or more later. Are my prayers and fasts acceptable? My problem now is that my monthly period has become irregular in the last three months. Sometimes it is two days and sometimes it is 3 or 4 days. Now I do not know what I should do. How long should I wait to find out if I have become pure, because the white discharge, as I said, does not come until about a week later? Should I pray and fast? Please note that yesterday in Ramadaan I found some brown threads so I broke my fast. Should I delay ghusl until I see the white discharge, even though that may be a long time? Can I fast only, because it is not permissible to pray? Should I make up these days?.
He had intercourse with his wife when she was menstruating and was unaware of the shar’i rulingI had intercourse with my wife when she was menstruating and I did not know what the ruling on having intercourse with a menstruating woman was. Please advise us, may Allaah reward you with good.
She feels bad during her periodI feel sometimes that I am not clean inside. I feel few days before my period starts that my blood is boiling inside my veins, and I feel like I want to cut myself off. About two years ago I stopped the bad habit of backbiting, since I stopped this sin I feel much more comfortable. But when the time for my period becomes close, I feel like my blood is boiling and I start repeating the past. My mother did this, my father did that, my sister is like this, and so on. When this happens I do not know how to stop it. This case of mine may stay for two days or more. Please guide me.
If her period comes when she is junub, should she still do ghusl for janaabah?How should a woman purify herself from janaabah when she is menstruating? If she purifies herself from janaabah when she is menstruating, should she do wudoo’ and take three handfuls of water then wash her right side then her left side? Or should she just wash herself without doing wudoo’ because she is also menstruating? Is she cleansed of janaabah and is only menstruating, or what?.