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Question ID  1982  -  Womens Issues
If a woman has sexual intercourse during the night and sleeps without ghusl and before Fajr / morning sees that she has started her menses can she still do her Ghusl for Janabat and be considered paak / tahir to he extent of Janabat? Or will she have to wait until her periods are over in order to be paak/tahir from janabat and menses?
 
Answer:-  She can perform Ghusl of Janabat immediately even if she is passing her
menstrual cycle.
She will be then out of Janabat state, but menstrual state remains till its
end and performing Ghusl of Haiz.
Wassalam
Mohammad al-Musawi

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Question ID  1981  -  Womens Issues
When is it confirmed that the woman has entered her days of menstrual cycle? Is the reddish discharge prior to actual bleeding considered as the start of men trail cycle?
 
Answer:-  Yes, the reddish discharge is the start of the menstrual period.
Wassalam
Mohammad al-Musawi
 
Question ID  1830  -  Womens Issues
Salam alikum I hAve a query if I women conceives without planning and has not said bismillah hir rahmanir rahom nor her husband said can she abort the foetus??
 
Answer:-  No, it is a crime ( major sin) to abort the foetus in this case.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi

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Question ID  1636  -  Womens Issues
Salam alikum sayyid During foreplay it is told that some fluid is secreted in female sex organs which is not the same as in orgasm, We are in doubt regarding Ghusl e janabah for women? which fluid secretion will make a women junub?
 
Answer:-  The secreted fluid during foreplay from man and woman is not Najis and it
does need Ghusl nor Wudhu.
Ghusl of Janabah is obligatory if ejaculation takes place which is the peak
of orgasm, or penetration takes place.
With out any of these two, there is no state of Janabah.

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Question ID  1559  -  Womens Issues
Salam alykum syed hope you are in the best of health. I am newly married and the first time I had sexual Intercourse with my husband, I had natural bleeding for 2 days and I am still continuously bleeding a little which is not my menstrual bleeding. Should I be praying in this condition or not? Thanks for your time. Hope to hear from you. Salam alykum.
 
Answer:-  Yes, you must pray because this bleeding is not menstruation. It might be
because of a wound or other medical reason which usually happens to the
newly married girls.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi

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