My question is regaring risks of infections and other diseases in pregnancy during hajj.I shall be 4 month pregnant at haj 2006.genraly i have good health and have no history of any illnesses or medical conditions.plz advice me if i can perform hajj as i am v much concerned.Also tell me about the vaccinations (pregnancy safe)that r necessary and other precautions that i have to take during hajj
As-Salamu `alaykum! Is there a time limitation concerning intercourse during wife's pregnancy? When can we stop having sex taking into consideration that there is no pain, no bleeding, etc.?
My wife is pregnant. We are Indians and a lot of advice is given by the elders on how to take care of one’s wife during this crucial period. One piece of advice concerns the eclipses (lunar, solar). I was advised by somebody that during pregnancy the woman should not venture out in the open nor should she do household work. Is there any Islamic ruling supporting this or is it just another superstition? May Allah reward you for your good work.
Assalaamu Alaikum,Please tell me that can a Pregnant woman keep fast in the month of Ramdaan?Jazakumullah Kairan
dear scholars,asalam alikum....i would be obliged if you could guide me on the following matter with your expert opinion and advice as prescribed by shariah and sunnah. last year I was pregnant with my first child and could keep only 6 fasts in the month of ramadan.I had the intention of keeping the rest before this year's ramadan however i concieved my second child within 5 months after delivery of first and have not been able to keep the fasts i had missed.I am upset as it appears i will not get the oppurtunity to keep the missed fasts before ramadan this year..also i am not sure whether i will be able to complete this year's fasts though i have every intention of doing so.kindly advice me in light of shariah and sunnah regarding 1)will it be allright to keep the missed fasts next year or can i make it up by some other way example feeding another person or giving sadaqa 2)do i have to keep the missed fasts together or is a break of few days allowed May Allah Almighty reward you for your efforts.Jazakullah
As-salamu `alaykum. I know a woman who has nine children; she has breastfed them all for a long time. She tried to fast during Ramadan, but on some days she couldn't. She tried to make up for those days but found that while breastfeeding, she could make up for only a few; shortly after, she became pregnant again. Many times she was pregnant and breastfeeding at the same time. She continued in this cycle for about 16 years. Now after all these years, she wants to make up for her missed fasting days but has lost count. She feels very guilty about this and would like to start fasting Mondays and Thursdays to make up for missed fast days.has this woman sinned by losing count of these days? Has she sinned by not being able to make up for them for so long? Does she have to do anything additional besides making up for the days? Jazakum Allahu khayran.
Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum. My wife is pregnant, praise be to Allah. Can she pray sitting down until she gives birth, or only if she feels dizzy or pain or morning sickness? Please answer me back as soon as possible. Jazakum Allah khayran.
What is the Islamic ruling in carrying out prenatal diagnosis to avoid hereditary diseases that may lead to a serious disability in the child? Is it allowed in this case to terminate the pregnancy?
As-Salamu `alaykum. Is there any special d u`a' or dhikr I could recite during my pregnancy so that the baby would be safe, well and a practicing child?
I was six weeks pregnant but I underwent an abortion because the pregnancy was outside the uterus and couldn’t continue. When can I resume Prayers? I am confused whether the limit will be 40 days or less.
Is it halal for a pregnant woman to perform `Umrah or Hajj? Does it depend on the stage of pregnancy she is at? There is risk of miscarriage and disease due the crowds of pilgrims.
Dear scholars, As-salamu `alaykum. Can you please tell me, in Islam, when a woman is pregnant, is she allowed to have sex with her husband? If they are allowed, when in the pregnancy does it need to stop? Does having sex during pregnancy harm the baby? Please answer, as my husband and I are quarrelling all the time about this topic. Jazakum Allah khayran.
Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum. What is the ruling of Islam on a man attending his wife's delivery of a baby? Jazakum Allah khayran.
assalam alaikom, dear sir, i would like to ask about fatwa for apregnant woman that is going to make alhajj this year, and her delivery(birth for the baby) will be in alhajj time exactly or after it in ashort period, so this is aquestion, and the other one is that what she must do with TAWAF ALIFADA?? i will be realy thankful if you will reply as soon as possible.thanks alot
Assalam alikumI have couple of questions that I would like to know the answer for.I know that you are allowed not to fast during Ramadan if you are breast-feeding and fear the health of your baby. But is it the same when you are breast-feeding a 1 year old, who is able to eat solids fearing that he is ?not eating well?, or ?not feeling well?, and therefore, he needs the milk?Also, if one was to follow the scholars that say that you should both make up the fast and feed the poor, do you have to pay once for each day you missed because of pregnancy and breast-feeding, or is it every year until you make that fast?Another thing, I have read in one of your answers (by Br. Ahmad Kutty ?Making Up for Fasting Days Missed Because of Pregnancy?)about the lady who has about 16yrs of missed Ramadans because of pregnancy and/or breast-feeding, and the answer was that she is better off with the paying option since she has lots of missed days and she would have to be fasting almost all the times for couple of years to make up that fast. But is it the same when she has lots of missed days because of the monthly period, that she has never made them up for no specific reason? ( about 10 yrs or so * 7 -9 days a year). She also has missed couple Ramadans for pregnancy and breastfeeding. Should she consider paying for the Ramadans missed for pregnancy and breastfeeding and making up the ones that she missed for the monthly period?Last thing is, can someone skip fasting because he/she has a cold/ runny nose ( in other words, what goes under being ?sick? when it comes to fasting)? What about the feeling that she wouldn?t have the energy to look after the kids if she was fasting? Also, is feeling the need to throw up and upset stomach ligament for one to miss the fasting or is it part of being fasting??Jazakum Allahu Khair