Does Madee invalidate one’s Sawm?

Question: During last Ramadaan, my wife and I would sleep in bed and talk to each other while fasting. Sometimes I would have an erection and feel excited, then I would slip away but a small viscous and colorless spot would come out of my penis. Please take into consideration that when I have an erection when I am not with my wife, the same viscous colorless spot comes out after five minutes. Does this invalidate Sawm (Fast) and should I take Janaabah Ghusl (full ritual bath to cleanse of sexual discharge)? I hope you could clarify this point for me.

Answer: Discharge of Madee (thin white viscid fluid secreted due to sexual thoughts or desire) does not invalid Sawm according to the more correct of the two scholarly opinions. What you asked about is Madee and when it is emitted... read more here.

Ejaculation due to sexual thoughts

Question: I have committed a sin and I ask Allaah (Glorified and Exalted be He) to help me find a solution to my problem with Your Eminence. I am a young man with a burning sexual desire. During the month of Ramadaan, Satan tempted me and made me ejaculate semen after I had imagined there was a woman before me during the day of Ramadaan while I was observing Sawm (Fast) though I am unmarried and I am about to take the second term exams. I am still a university student. I ask Allaah Almighty to help me find a solution to my problem. What should I do? What is the solution to my problem? Is it Waajib (obligatory) on me to make up for this day and offer a Kaffaarah (expiation)? I would be grateful if you could give me the ruling on this case, may Allaah reward you with the best.

Answer: If you ejaculate semen during the day of Ramadaan after imagining that there is a woman before you, there is no sin on you, but you have to dismiss such thoughts and seek to safeguard yourself through marriage because Allaah (Glorified and Exalted be He) says: Our Lord! Punish us not if we forget or fall into error... read more here.

Making up for the missed days of Sawm, but having a wet dream after performing the Fajr Prayer

Question: If a person is making up for the missed days of Sawm (Fast) of the blessed Ramadaan and after he performs the Fajr (Dawn) Prayer and goes to bed, he has a wet dream; does he have to perform Janaabah Ghusl (full ritual bath to cleanse of sexual discharge) when he wakes up and complete his Sawm or break his Sawm and make up for it the following day?

Answer: If a person is observing obligatory or supererogatory Sawm and after he goes to sleep he has a wet dream, this has nothing to do with his Sawm and does not render it invalid. The person has to perform Janaabah Ghusl to be able to perform Salah (Prayer) provided that he sees semen. If he does not see semen, he is not required to perform Janabah Ghusl. As for the Sawm itself, it is valid in any case as having a wet dream occurs unwillingly... read more here.

What is meant by a wet dream ?

Question 27What is meant by Ihtilaam (sexual dream)? Do only married women experience it?

Answer: Both men and women can experience Ihtilaam at any age. It is one of the signs of puberty. If a woman experiences Ihtilaam by ejaculating Maniy (vaginal secretions that are released on orgasm), she should perform Ghusl (full ritual bath) following major ritual impurity..read more here.

Could the person who had wet dream after offering Fajr salaah delay having a Ghusl until the time of Duhr salaah?

Question 116If a man has a wet dream after offering Fajr (Dawn) Prayer during Ramadaan, should he perform Ghusl (ritual bath following major ritual impurity) immediately, although there is plenty of time to sleep and rest, since there is no Salaah (prayer) due? Please answer us, may Allaah reward and protect you!

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. It is not Waajib (obligatory) on anyone who has a wet dream after offering Fajr Prayer to perform Ghusl until before the time of Duhr (Noon) Prayer… read more here.

After waking up, one doubts having a wet dream

Question 110: What is the ruling on a person who wakes up and then doubts that he had a wet dream but when he examines his underwear, he does not find Maniy (spermatic fluid)?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. The basic rule is that no Ghusl (ritual bath following major ritual impurity) is required of him (unless there is a clear evidence to prove that it is required), because what is certain cannot be overruled by what is doubtful... read more here.