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Is there any guidence for taking care of pregnency

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As per Islam pls advice, is there any guidence for taking care of pregnency (for legally married couple), although as understood, it is not allowed to control birth.


From Din's point of view is there a Sunnat way/natural way or procedure of taking care of the same.


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Birth contorl

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Islam has absolutely forbidden the permanent stopping of bearing children, but Islam has indeed permitted the spacing of one’s children in a marriage, if one wishes to do so. It has been reported in authentic narrations that some of the noble companions of the Messenger of Allah (saws) used to practice ‘coitus-interruptus’, whereby the male organ is removed from the female organ just before ejaculation.


Sahih Al-Bukhari Hadith 7.136 Narrated by Jabir

We used to practice ‘coitus interruptus’ during the lifetime of Allah's Messenger (saws) while the Qur'an was being Revealed.


Most of the scholars of Islam are of the opinion, that there is no harm if one wishes or tries to space the birth of one’s child, or even uses one of the modern forms of birth control, to space the ages of their children. But all of them are absolutely unanimous in their opinion that any form of permanent birth control is absolutely forbidden in Islam. One may use a temporary form of contraception, if one’s intention is to space their children; but if one’s intention is to permanently or altogether stop bearing children….then that would indeed be impermissible for those who sincerely believe in Allah and the Last Day.


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