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Salaam sisters,

I wanted to know that if I can fast without taking the ghusl and take the ghusl while I'm fasting. Like will my fast be valid? 

PS: the ghusl is the one you take to get pure after your mensuration days.

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A woman may not fast while menstruating. As for whether a fast is valid after menstruation has ended if no ghusl has been completed, I'm not sure. I can check later, but hopefully someone can answer more quickly. 

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5 hours ago, Zehra Fatima said:

I wanted to know that if I can fast without taking the ghusl and take the ghusl while I'm fasting. Like will my fast be valid? 

Salam. It depends on whether you forgot to take ghusl before starting the fast or you deliberately did not take ghusl. 

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Fasting and Haidh

If haidh or nifas of a woman stopped and due to various reasons she did not take her Ritual Bath (Ghusl) and the time for morning Adhaan passed, in this case there are two possibilities depending upon whether it was done forgetfully or it was done deliberately.

If forgetfully:

If she genuinely forgot to perform ghusl, then her fast is okay, as long as she performs ghusl whenever she remembers. Suppose she remembers 2 days later, it is still okay as long as she performs a ghusl soon after remembering. The fasts that she has done are all valid.

After Adhaan one realizes that her haidh stopped before Adhaan. In this case her fast is valid, as long as she performs ghusl soon after remembering.

Haidh of this woman stopped just before Adhaan so she did not have time to do ghusl or tayammum. In this case her fast is still valid, as long as she takes a ghusl soon.

If deliberately:

If a woman deliberately does not perform ghusl (before the morning adhaan) then her fast of Ramadhan or Qadha Fasts of Ramadhan is void. One may ask, how can someone deliberately not perform ghusl?

There are people who procrastinate things. Sometimes because of laziness one may deliberately put off performing ghusl.

If a woman deliberately does not perform ghusl before the morning Adhaan, for fasts like: Fast of oath, some other obligatory fasts or recommended fasts, it is okay, as long as she peforms the ghusl soon.

Two very important points to remember regarding haidh and fasting:
A woman in haidh cannot fast in Ramadhan, but she must make up for the fasts she missed due to haidh. She should make up the fasts missed due to haidh with an intention of ‘Qadha’.
If a woman sees blood of haidh, even a few seconds before Adhaan of Maghrib, her fast is void and is not counted, and she must make Qadha for it.

https://www.al-Islam.org/womens-issues-made-simple-batul-s-arastu/fasting-related-issues#fasting-and-haidh 

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