If a woman enters ihram for âUmrah, then her period comes and she does not become pure from it before âArafah, then she should intend to do Hajj, and thus it will become Qiraan, as happened to âAaâishah (may Allah be pleased with her). She was doing Hajj Tamattuâ, then her menses came after she entered ihram for âUmrah, and she was not able to do âUmrah before Hajj. So she joined Hajj to âUmrah, and it became Qiraan.
Narrated by al-Bukhaari (305) and Muslim (1211).
It says in Zaad al-Mustaqniâ: If a woman menstruates and she is afraid that she will miss Hajj, she should enter ihram for Hajj, and it becomes Qiraan.
Shaykh Ibn âUthaymeen (may Allah have mercy on him) said: What is meant by woman here is the woman who is doing Hajj tamattuâ, i.e., she entered ihram for âUmrah so that she could then exit ihram, and perform Hajj in the same year, and she reached Makkah on the fifth day of Dhuâl-Hijjah and got her menses, and her period usually lasts six days, so she will become pure (taahir) on the eleventh, i.e., after the standing in âArafah is over; hence she cannot do tawaaf and saaâi and end her âUmrah.
We say to this woman: You have to enter ihram for Hajj, so that you will be doing Qiraan, because the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) instructed âAaâishah to do that when her menses came in Sarif before she entered Makkah. The basic principle with regard to a command or instruction of a text is that it implies something is obligatory.
End quote from al-Sharh al-Mumtiâ, 7/98
Sarif is a place near Makkah.
Thus it is clear that this woman will not be able to do Hajj tamattuâ; rather she should change it from tamattuâ to qiraan, and she has to offer a hadiy just like one who does tamattuâ.
And Allah knows best.