ANSWER: No problem if it’s approved by your doctor though I wouldn’t recommend it as it causes a lot of disturbance in the menses and many women take them yet still suffer from menses during the period they want it to stop!Read more
Before starting menses I was reciting Quran on my mushaf, however when I started menses I carried on reciting from where I left off but on my smartphone. Intention is to complete the whole Quran in Arabic. Would this method of reciting some on my mushaf and some on my smartphone have the same reward as completing the whole mushaf?
ANSWER: Yes, in sha Allaah, the reward is the same.Read more
do i have to wash and change my bedsheets after periods have finished ? do i also have to clean everything iv touched during periods because my laptop and earphones and a few other things under my pillow are on my bed so if i touch them during my period do i have to clean them after period so i can touch them again after iv taken ghusl and ready for prayer
ANSWER: No, you do not have to unless they are stained with blood.Read more
During menses, there are times we change our clothes if we are going outside or wear an abaya, so is the cloth or the abaya required to be washed again thought no impurity was on the cloth or in the abaya. The cloth still touches the private part without getting stained or dirty, so will the cloth be also pure or should I wash it for the next use?
ANSWER: There’s no need to wash such clothes if there’s no impurity on them and you can also pray in such clothes.Read more
A woman has Istiadha (colored discharges) & prayer time starts so she washes herselfs & does Wudu. Must she pray immediately after doing that or could she pray the prayer at a later time because of work (but still in the correct time). Like she cleans herself & does Wudu at the beginning of Dhuhr time but she prays the prayer in the middle or close to the end of Dhuhr time without cleaning again?
ANSWER: Once the prayer time is due and she cleans herself and makes Wudhu, she can remain with this wudhu until the time is over. It is best to pray at the beginning of the time with the minimum amount of impurity possible.Read more
ANSWER: This is permissible. Ablution is not mandatory for making dhikr or duas.Read more
Sheikh, one of my friend’s Quran teacher has said that when we are menstruating, we can’t recite a whole verse in a single breathe, we should recite the verses by breathing after each word. For example, the verse ‘Kul hu wa Allahu ahaad’ should be recited ‘kul’ *breathe in and breathe out* ‘hu’ *breathe in and out* like this. Is it true?
ANSWER: This is absolutely baseless and fabricated!Read more
ANSWER: This is totally baseless and fabricated! No problem whatsoever in women cutting their hair and nails during menstruation.Read more
ANSWER: No problem in performimg sajda of recitation during menses and there’s no need to cover the hair for this. Sujood at tilawah is not mandatory but highly recommended.Read more