Menstral blood and fasting
Submitted by on Thu, 02/09/2010 - 15:31
Dear Brother / Sister,
The minimum limit for menstruation is 3 days and the maximum limit is 10 days. If the bleeding does not start again in three days, it is regarded as the blood of istihaza. In that case, you must perform fasting if the bleeding has stopped. If it starts to bleed again in three days after the first bleeding, it is regarded as the blood of istihaza. Then, you must regard those three days as menstruation days and perform qada fasting for those three days.
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