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Scenarios for resuming prayer after menses (according to the opinion that all previous daytime or nighttime prayers of the last day need to be done):
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Yes, unless it will end up messing up the cycle in the future. She needs to consult with her doctor.
The scenario that can occur with menstruating women: What does she do if she is still discharging istihatha after a maximum of 15 days?
She needs to change her pads and refresh her wudu for each prayer. If she feels that she was discharging the istihatha during the prayer, her prayer is still valid.
The scenario that can occur with menstruating women: A woman who has a regular, consistent cycle has her usual discharge and she clears after her usual amount of days. What should she do?
She makes ghusl and is able to resume all previously prohibited activities.
Why is it important to know the minimum/ maximum length of the hayth and the emergence of the istihatha?
During the hayth, a woman cannot fast, pray, engage in spousal intimacy, or make tawwaf of Ka’baa. However, she is allowed to do those things during the istihatha.
The discharge that usually comes after the hayth, but it is no longer defined as the hayth.
It is the menses. The discharge of blood from the body, which has certain characteristics to it: thickness, color, etc. Each woman knows best what is typical for her body.