In the answer to question no. 50404 there is the ruling on the discharges that come from a womanâs uterus, in which we explained that the discharges that come from a womanâs uterus are taahir (pure), and what comes out from the urethra is najis (impure). In both cases the woman is required to do wudooâ.
Based on this, there is nothing wrong with you praying in this case, and you do not have to change or wash your clothes because this discharge is taahir.
The period during which your wudooâ remains valid is the time of the prayer for which you did wudooâ. So you have to do wudooâ for the prayer after the time for it begins, and your wudooâ will remain valid even if this discharge comes out, until the time for that prayer ends, then you should do wudooâ for the next prayer, and so on.
It is not permissible for you to pray two obligatory prayers with one wudooâ, unless you have joined them for one of the reasons for which prayers may be joined.
And Allaah knows best.