Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Menstruation and bleeding

Decision concerning a release of blood five days before conceiving an offspring

Question: A lady had seeping during pregnancy five days before conceiving an offspring, during the period of Ramadan. Should that blood be viewed as feminine cycle or Istihaadhah [prolonged stream of blood or menorrhagia], and what are the commitments upon her?

Reaction: If the issue is as referenced, with her seeing blood five days before conceiving an offspring, and she didn't have any signs that work would happen soon, for example, constrictions, at that point all things considered, the blood is neither period nor baby blues dying. It is basically sporadic blood. Hence, she ought not desert the demonstrations of love yet should keep fasting and imploring. In the event that, alongside the blood, she has signs that her work is close, for example, constrictions, at that point it is viewed as baby blues draining and in this manner she should desert imploring and fasting because of it. At that point, when she ends up unadulterated in the wake of conceiving an offspring, she should make up the times of fasting yet not the supplications.

The Standing Committee

The significance of the word Quroo'

Question: Allah says in the Quran (what signifies): "Separated from ladies staying in holding up [i.e., don't remarry] for three Quroo'… '" [Quran: 2: 228] What is the importance here of the word Quroo'?

Reaction: Lexically, Quroo' can mean the hour of immaculateness and it can likewise mean the menses itself. In any case, the right significance in the section is the menses as this is its regularly utilization by the Lawgiver (Allah Almighty) and is the assessment of most of the Companions may Allah be satisfied with them.

Shaykh Ibn Jibreen

On the off chance that the menses proceed for more than their typical length

Question: If a lady regularly has menses for seven or eight days however more than once has them for a more drawn out period, what is the decision worried that?

Reaction: If that lady ordinarily has her menses for seven or eight days and afterward they become longer, getting to be nine, ten or eleven days, at that point she should remain holding off on asking until she ends up unadulterated. This is on the grounds that the Prophet sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam ( may Allah lift up his notice ) did not set a particular cutoff for feminine cycle. Allah Says in the Quran (what implies): "… They get some information about feminine cycle. State: 'It is harmful...'" [Quran 2: 222]

For whatever length of time that that blood is streaming, the lady stays in her condition of menses until she ends up unadulterated [i.e., the blood stops] and she at that point makes Ghusl (custom washing) and implores. On the off chance that, in the next month, the blood wants a shorter timeframe, she makes Ghusl when the blood stops, regardless of whether it was not as long as the past period. The significant point is that as long as the lady is having menses and dying, she stays in that state and she ought not ask, paying little heed to whether that measure of time is the equivalent, longer or shorter than her past menses. At the point when the blood stops, she ought to supplicate.

Shaykh Ibn Al-'Uthaymeen

On the off chance that a lady had a premature delivery in the third month of her pregnancy

Question: A year prior, I had a premature delivery in my third month of pregnancy. I quit asking until the blood halted. It was said to me that I ought to have implored. What would it be advisable for me to do now since I don't have the foggiest idea about the precise number of days I didn't implore?

Reaction: What is outstanding and acknowledged among the researchers is that if a lady has an unsuccessful labor in the third month, she doesn't supplicate. This is on the grounds that when the lady has such an unsuccessful labor, the embryo has unmistakable human attributes. In this manner, the blood that at that point streams is viewed as baby blues draining and the lady does not in this manner implore. The researchers state that the hatchling assumes the state of a human following eighty-one days, which is under a quarter of a year. In the event that you are sure that you had an unsuccessful labor following three months, the blood that came was baby blues dying. Nonetheless, on the off chance that it was before eighty days, at that point the blood that came is sporadic or irregular blood and you ought not have left the petition because of it. In this way, the dear inquirer must check whether the unsuccessful labor was before eighty days, in which case she should make up the petitions she missed. On the off chance that she doesn't have an inkling how long she missed, she should appraise the issue and make up what she accepts she has missed.

Shaykh Ibn Al-'Uthaymeen

The petition of a discharging lady

Question: While I was asking, my menses started. What would it be a good idea for me to do? Do I make up the supplications of the hour of my menses?

Reaction: If the menses come after the start of a period for petition, for instance, on the off chance that you get your menses 30 minutes after high early afternoon, at that point you should make up that supplication after your draining has finished since when its time started you were in a condition of immaculateness. This depends on Allah's announcement (which implies): "… Indeed, petition has been proclaimed upon the adherents a pronouncement of determined occasions." [Quran: 4: 103]

Try not to make up the supplications you missed while bleeding. This depends on the long Hadeeth in which the Prophet sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam ( may Allah magnify his notice ) stated: "Is it not the case that when you discharge, you don't (are not obliged to) implore or quick?" [Al-Bukhari]

There is an accord among the researchers that the petitions missed during period are not to be made up. In any case, in the event that she ends up unadulterated (i.e., the draining stops) and she has sufficient opportunity to supplicate one Rak'ah (unit of petition) or to a greater degree a supplication, at that point she should ask the supplication of that time wherein she ended up unadulterated. This depends on the Hadeeth of the Messenger of Allah sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam ( may Allah magnify his notice ): "Whoever gets one Rak'ah of the 'Asr (evening) Prayer before nightfall has gotten the 'Asr Prayer." [Al-Bukhari and Muslim]

On the off chance that she ends up unadulterated during the hour of 'Asr or before dawn and there is sufficient time before dusk or dawn to ask one Rak'ah, at that point she ought to ask 'Asr in the previous case and Fajr (first light) in the last case.

Sheik Al-'Uthaymeen