The Natural Blood Of Women – Dr Murtaza Bin Baksh [Audio|Urdu Series]

Issues Related to the Natural Blood of Women

Short Clips Extracted from Part 01:

1 – Ahkaam of Taharah in Relation to the Pillars of Islam
2 – The Layout of the Lecture
3 – Benefits of the Risalah Published in 1392
4 – Qur’an & Sunnah is the Foundation
5 – Seven Chapters of the Risalah
6 – Definition of Menses, It’s Variations & Hikmah
7 – The Age of Menses – It’s Beginning & End
8 – Duration of Menses – Number of Days
9 – Menses that goes over 15 Days – Dr Murtaza bin Baksh
10 – Menses during Pregnancy – Dr Murtaza bin Baksh
11 – Menses – the Difference between Menses in Pregnancy & Normally

12 – Disturbance in the Routine of Menses
A – In the Number of Days
B – Shifting of the Days in the Month
C – Yellow/Dusky Coloured Discharge with or without Bleeding
D – Continuous & Irregular Bleeding
E – Wetness, Colourless White Discharge Before & After Menses

13 – Rulings Related to Menses & Acts of Worship
A – Salah
B – Dhikr
C – Reciting & Touching the Qur’an
D – Fasting
E – Tawaf
F – Staying in the Masjid

Short Clips Extracted from Part 02:

1 – Summary of Part 1 & Outline of Part 2

2 – Q&A’s based on Part 1

A – Reconciling between not Rushing towards Taharah, rushing to catch the Salah as soon as Reaching a State of Purity
B – Difference between Colourless Wetness of Purity & other Discharge
C – Can a Menstruating Woman Reciting Surah al-Kahf from her Mobile Without Touching it
D – Is it Permissible for a Menstruating Woman to Read certain Adhkaar that have Qur’anic verses in them?

Continuing with the Rulings of Menses:

(From end of Part 1)

G – Menses & Sexual Intercourse
H – Divorce in the State of Menses
I – Nikah in the State of Menses
J – Iddah of Divorce
K – A Free Uterus
L – Obligation of Ghusl

Definition of Istihadah

Three States of Istihadhah:

1 – Known Cycle of Menses
2 – Unknown Cycle of Menses
3 – Unknown Cycle of Menses, Lacking Distinction between Blood of Menses & Istihadah

Situations that Resemble Istihadah

1 – Menses are not Possible after Surgery
2 – Menses are Possible after Surgery

Rulings of Istihadah

1 – Perform Ablution for Each Salah
2 – Before Ablution Wash the Blood from Private Part & Stop it with Cotton or a Pad
3 – Sexual Intercourse

Short Clips Extracted from Part 03:

Q&A relating to Part 2:

1 – Can a Husband have Intercourse with his Wife after she has seen the Sign of Purity, but before she performs Ghusl
2 – A Woman Menstruates for 6-7 days & the Blood stops for a day or so, but sees no Signs of Purity until the 9th or 10th Day
3 – Explanation of the Issue of Menses during Pregnancy & the Permissibility of Divorce
4 – Touching the Mushaf and translated Quran during Menses
5 – Reciting from Phones during Menses
6 – Does the Period of Iddah for Divorce end before or after the Ghusl of the third Menstrual Cycle?
7 – Delaying Ghusl due to being Careful

Continuing with Lecture…

Definition of Nifaas
Duration of Nifaas

Nifaas is only Confirmed with Delivery of a Child with Human Features
For a Human form to Develop the Minimum Period is 80 to 90 Days to be Considered Nifaas

Rulings for Nifaas are the same as the Rulings of Menses except the following differences:

1 – Iddah is not Related to Nifaas but to the Rules of Divorce
2 – The Period of Eelaa is counted from Menses and not Nifaas
3 – Puberty
4 – What if the Nifaas Blood Stops before 40 Days but Resumes after 40 Days?
5 – Permissibility of Sexual Intercourse if the Woman Reaches a State of Purity from Nifaas before 40 Days (not really a difference but only in Hanbali School of Thought)

Question about point 4 – Blood that Resumes after 40 Days of Nifaas (Dr. Murtaza also mentions that in Sharh Mumti’ Shaykh ibn al-‘Uthaymeen later mentioned 60 days of Nifaas as opposed to 40 days)

The Use of Inhibitors and Stimulants for Menses and Pregnancy:

Two conditions for Inhibitors for Menses:

1 – No Harm to the Woman
2 – Permission from Husband

Two Conditions for Stimulants for Menses:

1 – No Misuse to Excuse Herself from her Obligations
2 – Permission of her Husband

The use of Contraceptives to:

1 – Completely Prevent Pregnancy
2 – Temporarily Prevent Pregnancy

The Use of Abortive Methods:

1 – To Terminate Pregnancy
2 – Not to Terminate Pregnancy

Four Situations regarding Surgery:

A – Both Mother and Baby are Alive

Dr. Murtaza mentioned some Points of Naseeha:

Impermissible Caesarean Sections – Advice to Mothers and
Punishment of not Breastfeeding
Reflection on Raising our Children, the Rights of Parents & Children

B – Mother & Baby are not Alive – Surgery is not Permissible
C – Mother is Alive, but Baby is Dead – Surgery is Permissible
D – Baby is Alive, but Mother is Dead – Surgery is Permissible if the Child has chances of Survival

Shaykh ibn al-‘Uthaymeen’s Conclusion

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