The Social Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 20
Page No. 4820 - 4825

Daily Activities for Women with Vaginal Bleedings from the Islamic Perspectives

Authors : Basri Ibrahim, Rahimah Embong, Mohd Ali Mohd Yusuf, Normadiah Daud, Wan Saifudin Wan Hasan, Ahmad JazlanJusuh and Fauzi Yusuf

Abstract: The objective of this study is to discuss about the Islamic viewson daily activities which are not included acts of specific worship among women who are experiencing vaginal bleedings, This to understand what are the kinds of daily activities that are permitted and not. Hence, it acts as a simple guideline for them in managing daily tasks including those that involve social interactions. The method used in this research is qualitative. Data are collected from literature research which involved references on tafseer books, reviews of al-Sunnah, fiqhmuktabar books, comparative fiqh books and other related short brochures. The findings have shown that women with vaginal bleeding such as menstruation (haidh) or post-natal bleeding (nifas) may perform daily activities such as interacting and serving their husbands, cutting hair and nails, fondling that does not bring to intercourse, allowing a husband to have intercourse with his wife in order to prevent sexual misconduct (zina), eating and drinking during Ramadhan daytime and visiting dying people. For women with vaginal bleeding other than mensus and post-natal (istihadah), they may perform all daily activities mentioned above because they are considered as ritually pure,except in having intercourse with husband, if advised by medical experts for it may cause harm and certain diseases to the husbands.

How to cite this article:

Basri Ibrahim, Rahimah Embong, Mohd Ali Mohd Yusuf, Normadiah Daud, Wan Saifudin Wan Hasan, Ahmad JazlanJusuh and Fauzi Yusuf, 2016. Daily Activities for Women with Vaginal Bleedings from the Islamic Perspectives. The Social Sciences, 11: 4820-4825.

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