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Last Modified:  19 Dec 2010 03:10  GMT

When I visited my doctor and she examined me, she said that the foetus had no heartbeat and that I should abort it because it had died at the age of two and half months. What is the ruling on taking some herbal medicines to abort the foetus? Is there any sin on me if I do that? Is it obligatory to name the foetus, whether it was male or female? Is it obligatory to bury it?



Last Modified:  27 Nov 2010 03:10  GMT

I got my period and there was brownish discharge and slight bleeding, and I did not pray on the basis that it was a period, and it lasted for ten days. When I went to find out what caused it to last for so long, it turned out that I was one and a half months pregnant. The question is: should I make up all the missed prayers or what?



Last Modified:  26 Nov 2010 03:10  GMT

Can women live alone? If they can live alone, why can't they travel alone?



Last Modified:  25 Nov 2010 03:10  GMT

Can women live alone? If they can live alone, why can't they travel alone?



Last Modified:  25 Nov 2010 03:10  GMT

If the monthly period comes and lasts longer than usual like bleeding, is it permissible for a woman to pray and fast in this situation?



Last Modified:  28 Oct 2010 02:10  GMT

I have a son who is 19 months old, and I would like to know: is it permissible for me to get pregnant whilst I am breastfeeding my son? What is the ruling if I get pregnant and cannot continue breastfeeding him? Do I have to wait until I complete two years of breastfeeding, and then try to get pregnant?



Last Modified:  25 Oct 2010 02:10  GMT

What is the ruling on a woman having intercourse at the time her menstrual bleeding stops, and she does not do ghusl, but her husband orders her to do tayammum?



Last Modified:  01 Sep 2010 02:10  GMT

I was wondering what a woman can do on laylat al-qadr if she is menstruating at that time. can she earn extra rewards for engaging herself in worship? if so, what is permissible for her to do so that night?



Last Modified:  26 Aug 2010 02:10  GMT

What is the ruling on a woman who forgot to purify herself from janaabah one day in Ramadaan? Please note that intercourse had taken place before the adhaan of Fajr, but she forgot to purify herself before Maghrib.



Last Modified:  03 Jul 2010 02:10  GMT

As is the custom here (and in many other places as I have noticed), women go back to their parents’ house after giving birth, so that their mothers can look after them during the postpartum period (nifaas). I realise that this is something useful, especially when having the first child, because the new mother may not know how to take care of the newborn infant. It also reduces the chance of postpartum depression occurring, as her mother will look after her. I hope that you will shed so ...



Last Modified:  30 Jun 2010 02:10  GMT

If a woman takes the contraceptive pill and her monthly period changes from five days to ten days, is it permissible for her to stop praying during the additional days?




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