Question 6: Is it correct for the woman who normally sees the blood of her monthly cycle (haidh) however has taken medication to stop the blood so that she is able to fast to act in this way? Answer 16: Any time that there is a fear of danger or a hazard which can be observed (for either of the spouses) or even in relation to the child, it is permissible.59. Answer 10: In and of itself and with the permission of the husband, there is no problem in this act, however one must make sure to refrain from any forbidden acts related to this.55.
moving creature is there on earth but its provision is due from Allaah.
According to the fatwa of the late Imam Khumayni (may Allah be pleased with him), the first method (of birth control) is permissible as long as no forbidden acts are performed in order to achieve it. As for the second method (abortion), it is forbidden (haram) except if necessity expedites that it be done however this act must be performed before the soul is infused into the fetus – meaning before the fetus has reached to the age of four months – in which case it is permissible.
if she becomes pregnant, or she is suffering from a disease in her womb which b) It prevents the fertilized egg from attaching itself to the wall of the womb and thus, prevents the woman from becoming pregnant.
Also, it is not necessary for the man to have the approval of his wife.64.
In this state, are her actions correct or not?
First of all, if you don’t care then why are you bothering to ask us. Answer 2: Even though the original question remains ambiguous, however there is no problem in birth control – in and of itself - however the forbidden acts that may be related to it such as the forbidden touching or looking or an imminent danger (to the woman) must be observed.
What is the ruling on operations that In addition, once the tubes have been re-opened, she would once again have the ability to conceive. Rule 6: In using any of the methods of birth control that are available, it is essential for the woman to have the consent of her husband and the wife is not permitted to go forth and use any of the methods without first taking the approval of her husband. It is obvious this young lady does not know the language nor can provide proof that this word actually means what it is because she asks me to look it up.
Answer 1: (Islam) has given permission (for the use of these) and it is not a problem.1. You write very childish.
I have 4 children with one on the way Alhamdulia. She claimed that her husband had a vasectomy so she couldn't understand how she got pregnant.
(Intrauterine Device), condoms or the injection of a drug (to prevent pregnancy) and other things such as these.
Answer 7: Simply having societal problems or other sorts of problems or due to having a (large) number of children and the age of the spouses and other things such as this are all not complete and logical criteria (for permanent sterilization or an abortion). Answer 11: If the doctor who is a specialist (in this field) tells this to the woman and she develops certainty from what he has told her, then it is not a problem and it is permissible for a foreigner to look (at the private parts of another person) in the case of a necessity and where there is no other option available.56.
SOme people are allergic, some people cannot get used to them, maybe there is a belief against them. I have 4 children with one on the way Alhamdulia. Question 15: In order to prevent pregnancy, many Muslim women take birth control pills and other medications, have injections or place an instrument inside themselves so that the fertilization does not take place and thus, they do not become pregnant.
I was wondering if a vasectomy is haram in Islam. I agree. It is not permitted to carry out operations on men or women that will lead to complete sterility, such as cutting the vas deferens (vasectomy) in men, or removing the ovaries or womb (hysterectomy) in women. don't consider yourself that priviledged. Keeping in mind that a percentage of those people who go through this operation are once again (with another operation) able to have children due to the advances in medicine and this percentage is on the increase.
Answer 2: If it not necessary (to do this test) to cure an illness, then it is not permissible.
Answer 1: If it does not result in the abortion of the fetus, it is not a problem.22.
It has been some time now that I have been suffering from a sore back and other medical issues such that I am not able to do a lot of work and thus, I am forced to rest which is not always possible for me.
Question 18: Keeping in mind that according to the most authentic sources in relation to those mothers who have been pregnant more than five times and who are also getting up in age and are 35 years old, if they become pregnant again, then there will be a physical danger to them (dangerous pregnancy).
its all by the grace of Allah and having supportive parents who dont mind going the extra mile to keep the baby at night when i need to study. Answer 11: Simply having a method (of birth control) in vogue within the society does not constitute a religious confirmation that it is allowed or permissible according to the Islamic regulations.11.
It can help a lot and it can help to prevent it recurring if she has another baby (no guarantees, but it does for some women).
deal with it. I've been on this website for approximately 3 1/2 years now. And Allaah knows best.
Sometimes, when they take these pills, they still have their menstrual cycle however through taking an injection, they are able to stop it once again. Rule 4: It is permissible to have one’s tubes tied (Tubal Ligation - Tubectomy) to prevent pregnancy as long as this procedure is temporary (reversible) and would not lead to a woman being permanently unable to conceive nor would this act cause any sort of life-threatening conditions.
Answer 2: If the prevention of the pregnancy does not harm the private parts nor is the woman made permanently sterile and it is done with the consent of her husband, then it is not a problem however the forbidden touching or looking (at the private parts) must be avoided.28. There chance is slime to none but it is of the 99% so you have a 1% chance.
http://s61.photobucket.com/albums/h6...th_Silence.jpg. Question 2: The act of tying the tubes of the womb results in the permanent sterilization (of the woman).
Is it necessary to have the wife’s approval before it is done? The Noble Prophet (blessings of Allah be upon him and his progeny) has said: “The best of you is the person who acts in the best way with his family and I am the best of you in relation to my family.”, Wasa`il ash-Shi`a, Volume 14, Page 122, Hadith 8. Allah (swt) says in the Quran And they plotted and planned and Allah too planned and the best of planners is Allah (swt) (Al-Quran 3:54). Question 4: There are some women who, in order to avert their monthly period during the trip to the Hajj30, take a medication.
However in some specific circumstances, (Islam) is not in favour of a (population) growth within the society.13. Question 6: In the event that it is permissible for either the man or woman to have their tubes tied, which of these has the right to go forth first (for this operation)? and one more thing israfil..if u gonna apologise to me...keep it sincere or dont bother..i dont need a conditional apology. but to have her womb removed – then there is nothing wrong with carrying Rule 5: The ruling on having one’s tubes tied (Tubectomy or Vasectomy) is the same for both men and women (as has been mentioned above). Allah knows best as to what is right and wrong and may He guide us to the right path. I'm the first to say I made a mistake at something or other things but when individuals come on this website claiming to be a certain thing its hard to believe them since I've seen people come and go for the past three years. Doesn't matter if some one does not believe you. Answer 14: As long as it is not essential (to have this done), it is not permissible.58. In my sig there's a link "i'm not possessed" this is my blog about mental health in the Muslim community, go to the "get help" page and there's a link to a Muslim counsellor there mashaAllah. However if this method of birth control leads to other forms of physical or mental illness for the woman and man, then it would not be permissible.
Condoms are not 100% but then again no contraceptives are they are either 85-99% so regardless what method you use even vasectomy you can still get pregnant. Question 2: One of the ways to prevent the fertilization of the egg is that an instrument is fitted inside the opening of the womb of the woman after which, one of the side-effects is that the woman would see a discharge of blood. There chance is slime to none but it is of the 99% so you have a 1% chance. Anyway I have derailed the threwad long enough I should go now. The way that these hormone pills work is that: 1) If they are taken before the egg is released, then they prevent the egg from being released. :) I don't think I can support any more that what has been given me after our next child.
Question 7: In relation to using the I.U.D.
Answer 18: If there is a definite danger or even a very strong probability, then it is permissible.61, Imam `Ali (peace be upon him) has said, “Women are a trust from Allah in your hands thus, do not permit any danger from reaching them and do not be strict with them.”, Mustadrak al-Wasa`il, Volume 1, Page 251, Hadith 7. It is permitted to employ birth control methods, keeping in mind the following three conditions: 1) The procedure does not damage the (sexual) organ nor would it lead to permanent sterilization. Answer 5: If it becomes an individual or societal necessity, then it is permissible.67. Question 9b: Assuming that it is permissible, what is the ruling of each of the following forms? However, if it is necessary to carry out an operation of the kind mentioned such as a case where the mothers life will be in danger if she becomes pregnant, or she is suffering from a disease in her womb which it is feared could spread and kill her (such as cancer), so she has no choice but to have her womb removed then there is nothing wrong with carrying out these operations in such cases of necessity.
If one is not pregnant, then it has no effect. Answer 1: If there is an open hazard or danger (in using such things), then one must not make use of them.27. Question 2: In relation to making use of the various forms of birth control, is it necessary to have the consent of the wife and husband?
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