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Is Ghusl required after discharge?

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My wife is pregnant and she has to insert medicine vaginally according to the doctor`s advice.There is sometimes vaginal discharge after that,and sometimes no discharge.She can not stop medicine for the sake of baby.Can she say a namaa`z after that without taking full bath before prayer? 

 

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Is Ghusl required after discharge?

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There is absolutely no harm in your wife performing the wudu and then her prayers, without taking the full bath or ghusl. It would be better and purer for your wife, if she fears any discharge after the insertion of medicine, to keep something like a sanitary pad below her private parts; so that in case there is a discharge it does not touch her clothes.

 

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