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I don`t know if some red spot passed through urine after that but pad was dry.In that case Should I break the fast and take bath again or continue the fast.

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After my periods ,on the 4 th day there was nothing on the pad. so I took purification bath.And took fasting and prayed.But I don`t know if some red spot passed through urine after that but pad was dry.In that case Should I break the fast and take bath again or continue the fast

 

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Spotting blood menses

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Fiqh-us-Sunnah Fiqh 1.72

Topic: Women with Prolonged Flows of Blood

Shariah defines such an occurrence as the flowing of blood outside of the regular time. This usually happens in two specific cases. In the first case, the woman knows that her flow of menstrual blood is lasting longer than usual. In such a case, she will act according to her customary period, and the remainder will be considered days of prolonged blood flows. This is based on the hadith of Umm Salamah, in which she asked the Messenger of Allah (saws) about this condition. He (saws) said, "She should wait for the days and nights of her normal period and figure them out of the month, and she should leave the prayer during those days. (Afterwards) she should perform ghusl, tighten something around her vagina and then pray." (Related by Bukhari and Muslim)

Al-Khattabi holds, "That regulation is for the woman who is experiencing prolonged blood flows. If the blood is flowing, the Prophet (saws) ordered her to leave the prayer during her regular period, and to perform ghusl after her customary time has passed. Then, she becomes just like any other purified person."

 

In the second case, a woman has a regular period, but she is able to distinguish the blood. She should, therefore, behave according to the type of blood she sees. Fatimah bint Abu Hubaish had a prolonged flow of blood, and the Prophet (saws) told her, "If it is menstrual blood, it is dark and recognizable. If you have that, abstain from the prayer. If it is other than that, make ablution and pray, for it is a vein."

 

If a believing woman is experiencing spotting or prolonged blood flow after her customary days of menstruation have elapsed, she should perform the ghusl or full bath of purification, tighten a pad or cloth around her private parts, and make herself available for prayer. After her ghusl, she will be considered pure from her ceremonial impurity of menstruation, and all the restrictions which lay upon her due to her menstruation would now be deemed lifted.

 

Your Question: In that case Should I break the fast and take bath again or continue the fast

From what you have related, the spotting which you experienced after the customary days of menstruation had elapsed would not be considered menstruation discharge.thus there is absolutely no need to take a ghusl again or break your fast, but rather continue your fast and if there is any more discharge you should simply wash your private parts, tighten a pad or cloth around it, perform the wudu and make yourself available for prayer when its time is due.

 

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