A pregnant woman with bleeding doesn’t fall under the rulings of hayth blood. So she doesn’t need to do ghusl after she clears. But what if she doesn’t feel comfortable not doing ghusl?
Ghusul (the ritual bath with the intention of purification from major ritual impurity) is a worship act. One cannot do a worship act in a way or time when we […]
As long as there is a trace of blood, it’s still considered nafas blood. Even if it extends to 60 days. However, if it extends abnormally longer than that, then […]
She can resume regular status and is allowed to pray.
She can, but it is not required.
She does ghusl once she has determined that she is now discharging istihatha. After that, she should change the dirty pads and do a new wudu for each prayer. Her […]
A woman is the best judge of her body. Usually, a clear discharge will appear after her bloody discharge is complete. If a clear discharge is not seen, then the […]
What is the ruling in the case of young females who are starting their cycles? In the beginning, it may take a few months or years to establish a regular cycle.
At this stage, any discharge would be considered her hayth blood.
Once a woman becomes pregnant, the rulings of monthly cycles stop, even if she is still discharging blood. She can still pray, fast, etc. This would just be considered as […]
The scenario that can occur with menstruating women: What is the ruling for a woman who typically has a cycle of 7 to 10 days, but due to external factors, her cycle changes? For example, it stops after 2 days and then comes back 2 days later?
Since her regular cycle is up to 10 days, she cannot resume regular activities until she completes her regular block of time.
The scenario that can occur with menstruating women: What if she is not on travel and goes through stress/anxiety, and her monthly cycles (after the first time) become different?
Then that new description becomes her hayth.
The scenario that can occur with menstruating women: What if a woman normally has a typical menses (heavy discharge, etc), but due to circumstances, such as diet or travel, her cycle changed and became just spotting and without her regular physical symptoms? Is this still hayth?
No, not for that first time. Only when she has her regular type cycle will she need to refrain from her prayers.
The scenario that can occur with menstruating women: What if the woman doesn’t have a regular menses (heavy discharge of blood, smell, cramps), but she has spotting each month or very light blood?
Since this is the regular description of her menses, then that is considered her hayth blood.