Question: A lady started her menstruation period but the discharge stopped after six days so she performed Ghusl (ritual bath following major ritual impurity), and resumed Salaah (Prayer) and Sawm (Fast). Two days passed before she started to bleed again but only for one day.
Again the lady performed Ghusl then resumed Salaah and Sawm. Nevertheless, she bled another time for one day. What should she do?
Were the Salaah and Sawm that she performed after the first six days i.e. the period of her menstruation valid?
Does she have to perform Salaah and Sawm during these extra days of bleeding or should she make up for Salaah and Sawm when the blood ceases?
Is it obligatory on her to perform Ghusl after the termination of this blood just as is done after menstruation or not?
What is the ruling in the case that her menstruation period continues for five days but she waits until the sixth lest the bleeding should start again, then she makes Ghusl when she is sure that no blood can be seen?
Is it obligatory for her, after performing Ghusl by the end of the sixth day, to make up all the obligatory Salaahs (Prayers) she missed on that day? Please provide me with your beneficial answer!
Answer: A lady should stop performing Salah and Sawm during the days of her menstruation. Once she is pure, she should perform Ghusl and make up for the days of Sawm but not the Salaahs she missed. In case that she sees Sufrah (Yellowness) and Kudrah (swarthiness) after the start of Tuhr (purification), she should perform Salaah and Sawm and not be affected by such discharges. However, she should perform Wudoo’ (ablution) when the due time of each Salaah starts for Umm `Atiyyah (may Allaah be pleased with her) said: We used to disregard dark and yellow discharges after the start of Tuhr.… read more here.