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  1. When I was a teenager I had pretty regular cycles and was always sure of when to do ghusl e haiz, but now the duration of my cycle keeps changing every month from 6 to 8 days. My question is a little difficult for me to explain so I' ll try asking with an example. If its my 7th day and I see no spotting and I consider that my period is over and do ghusl and pray and fast on the 8th day.. but just after Zuhr (on the 8th day) I see spotting. What should I do then? What is the maximum time we can wait to be sure that now we are no more in Haiz.? Should I continue with the fast even though my fast is now void? Is it valid to miss prayers to be sure that we are no more in Haiz? Which will be a greater sin.. missing prayers to be sure or praying and later on finding out that you were still in Haiz? This maybe quite confusing..but I am still waiting for replies or maybe more questions to understand my question. :) JzK!
  2. Salam I wanted to know if I can offer salat at my hindu friend's place or the hospital I work in which is cleaned mostly by non-Muslims?.. not because it may become qaza by the time i reach home but because i want to offer it in the fazeelat time. My next question is a little gross .. I live in India and have to travel by bus or auto rickshaws sometimes ..and during the summers knowing that some Hindu may have sat in the same place and it may have become najis due to his/her sweat. Should I take a bath before praying?.. as again I loose on the fazeelat time. I maybe sounding like an extremist or a paranoid but i really want to know..
  3. Salam, I just had a chocolate which contains 'maltitol'. Is this haram?
  4. Thanks a lot to everyone who has taken time to share their info on Vit D defeciency. This post will inshaAllah be very helpful my mum and sisters as they have very low Vit D levels.. JazakAllah Khair! :)
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