Monday, 5 March 2018

Practice following questions about menstruation and childbirth


For Muslims who blessed by Allah SWT if yesterday at least we already know about the meaning of menstruation, and childbirth. Now it would be nice for us as women to know that prohibited Amalan for women during menstruation is forbidden also for women who go through childbirth, without any difference between the two, except the things that engage thalak da 'iddah.

A. Pregnant mubah performed on women menstruation and childbirth
a. Season on parts other than the genitals
b. Dzikir to Allah SWT
c. Ibrahim wukuf dijalan, all the practices of Hajj and Umrah except thawaf around the ka'bah. Not allowed for women who are undergoing menstruation and childbirth, except after washing and bathing. This is based on the words of the Messenger of Allah to aisha ra:

"Work like a person who performs the Hajj, except performing the Hajj, except doing thawaf at the Ka'bah so that you are washing (HR Muttafaqul 'Alaihi)


d. Eat and drink together. It is as mentioned in the hadith narrated from Aisha ra:


"I once drank the water in menstrual state and gave the rest to the Prophet, then he put his mouth on my mouth and drank the water" (Muslim)


In addition, it is not enforced for women who are undergoing menstruation or childbirth for cooking, washing or others. With regard to this, it has been narrated from Abdullah ibn Mas'ud where he recounts:

I once asked the Messenger of Allah to eat with a wife who was menstruating and she answered: "It is permissible to eat with him" (HR Ahmad and Tirmidhi).


Also narrated from Anas bin Malik, that the Jews at the time of the Prophet SAW when they find their wife is menstruating, so they do not invite to eat together and not also accompany him at home. Then one of the female companions asked the Messenger of Allah (SAW), about it and he replied by saying:


"Do everything except body intercourse", (Muslim)


B. Practice that can be done by women during menstruation and childbirth

A. Shave hair and cut nails
B. Go to the market
C. Go to listen to religious lectures and learn to understand Islam, if it is done within the mosque
D. Dzikir, glorify, bertahmid and read basmalah before eating and drinking
E. Read the hadith fiqh, do'a and say amen
F. Read a variety of dhikr before bed
G. Listening to the recitation of the Qur'an

It is rather difficult to familiarize yourself with what we should do when menstruation and childbirth. but here are some questions about menstruation and childbirth.

1. What if a Muslim friend experiences a puzzle over forty days?
When a woman undergoes a puerile period of more than forty of and coincides with the habits of menstrual periods, then the blood is considered as menstrual blood. However, if it does not coincide with the habits of his period, then the blood includes istihadah and does not prevent him from praying or fasting. With regard to this the woman does not need to replace her abandoned fast (if it happens in Ramadan)

2. When giving birth but not bleeding?
When a woman gives birth and does not see any blood coming out, she remains in a holy state or does not go through her childbirth. Because the childbirth period is the period of blood discharge after childbirth, while at that time he did not remove it. For that he was obliged to bathe. Because the process of childbirth itself is a puerperium, so it remains obligatory as well as the obligations attached to the meeting between two genital (husband and wife) although not remove semen.

3. When holy before forty days?
When a woman undergoing childbirth has been sacred before forty days, she is allowed to take a bath, fasting, and praying. However, in sunnatkan not to have sex with her husband before forty days passed because it is feared later will come out of blood again, so that the relationship occurs during the childbirth.

4. When the blood comes out again before forty days?
When the blood returns out before forty days, then the blood includes the puerperal blood. At that time, he was not allowed to pray or fast. After the blood stops, then he may perform a bath and do not need to change the prayer that has been left, fast start.

5. When blood ished after washing fifteen days of menstruation?
When a Muslim woman sees blood coming out for one day and one night, after purifying on the fifteenth day (after the puerperal period is over or menstruation), then the exit is considered as menstrual blood. However, if the blood that comes out less than one day and one night, then the blood is considered dirty blood and he can do prayers and fasting.
When he bleeds again after two or three days, the blood is part of the puerperal blood. When it comes to bleeding and on the day of the holy day, then there are several opinions:
according to Imam Hanafi, the condition is considered a childbirth. According to the scholars of Shafi'i, if it exits exactly fifteen days or more, then it is considered sacred during the puerperium. While according to the Maliki cleric, if the stopping of blood lasts for half a month, then it is considered a holy period. The blood that comes out afterwards is the blood of menstruation. If less than half a month, it still includes puerperal blood. It is estimated that the postpartum period is summed up throughout the days of blood discharge by the separation of the days of cessation, resulting in the release of the blood of sixty days. This is the end of her childbirth. In the days of the cessation of blood, the woman undergoing this childbirth is obliged to do what must be done by a woman who is in a state of holiness such as prayer, fasting and other worship.

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