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Memememe

[Sisters only]Period while performing salah

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1 hour ago, Memememe said:

If you get your period while praying, should you stop the prayer or continue? 

Salam. If you know that you started your period (menses, menstruation) during your prayer, you should definitely stop.

Most sisters go to the toilet and after urination they check to see if they started by patting the area with toilet paper to see if blood is on the paper; wash the private parts and then get dressed. If you have not started yet, take wudu and pray. If you take wudu without checking yourself, this is when you might have a doubt about whether or not you started. 

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If a woman's period starts while she is engaged in salat, her prayer will be invalid.

If a woman who is engaged in salat doubts whether or not her period has started, her doubt will have no effect on the salat unless she discovers later on that her period had actually begun.

 

1 hour ago, Memememe said:

Do you have to make it up later or no? 

It depends on your situation. See the quote below:

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if she discovers later on that it was not hayz (e.g., the blood stopped on the second day), then she should perform qaza of the salat which she had missed.

If the time for a particular salat has already begun and a woman fears that by delaying the salat her period may start, then it is wajib on her to perform that salat immediately.

If the time for a particular salat has already begun and the woman did not pray until her period started, then she has to perform that salat as qaza after the menstruation stops and she becomes clean.

The Salat Before & After The Menses

The Ritual Ablutions for Women 

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7 hours ago, Hameedeh said:

Salam. If you know that you started your period (menses, menstruation) during your prayer, you should definitely stop.

Most sisters go to the toilet and after urination they check to see if they started by patting the area with toilet paper to see if blood is on the paper; wash the private parts and then get dressed. If you have not started yet, take wudu and pray. If you take wudu without checking yourself, this is when you might have a doubt about whether or not you started. 

 

It depends on your situation. See the quote below:

The Salat Before & After The Menses

The Ritual Ablutions for Women 

Get PDF

Thank you so much, now I have another question (might lead to more but one for now) If you could have prayer befire the menstruation but were sleeping and missed thr time to do it, 

It is comended to do that prayer right? 

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On 8/19/2019 at 2:14 AM, Memememe said:

If you could have prayer befire the menstruation but were sleeping and missed thr time to do it, 

It is comended to do that prayer right? 

If you were sleeping to avoid praying (for example not getting up in the morning for fajr prayer) then you could make up that prayer on another day when you are not having your period. 

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