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چهارشنبه: 1 / 06 / 1396 ( )

Women having the habit of time only

 

493. Women having the habit of time are of three types:

  1. A woman who sees blood in each of the two consecutive months on a given day, and then becomes Pak after a few days. The duration of blood varies in each month. For example, if the blood is seen on the 1st of each month but stops on the 7th in the first month and on the 8th in the second month, her habit of time will be the first of every month.
  2. A woman who does not become Pak from blood, however, in two consecutive months at a particular time sees a blood, which bear the sign of Hayz, i.e. thick and warm and its color is either black or red and it discharges with a pressure and a little irritation, and during other days, the blood has the signs of Istihadha  and the duration of discharge of blood in these two months is not the same, for example, in the first month the blood bearing the signs of Hayz is seen on the 1st till 7th and in the second month the blood is seen on 1st till 8th, she should consider the 1st of every month as the 1st day of her period.
  3. A woman who sees blood in two consecutive months on a given day, for, say 3 or more days and then it stops and thereafter is seen again, but the total number of days does not exceed ten days. However, the number of days during the 2nd month is either more or less than the days in the 1st month.

 

For example, if the blood is seen on the 1st day of each of the two consecutive months but the total duration of days is 8 in the 1st month and 9 in the 2nd month, she should treat the 1st of the month to be her habit of time.

494. If a woman who has the habit of time, sees blood on her habitual time or two days earlier, even if that blood does not bear the signs of Hayz, she will treat herself as Haa'ez, and act according to the rules mentioned for Haa’ez, but if she becomes certain that she was not in the state of Hayz, for example, the bleeding stops before three days, it is necessary on her to offer Qadha for obligatory acts of worship (Ibadaat).

495. If a woman with the fixed habit of time sees blood on her habitual time for more than 10 days and if she is unable to determine the exact duration of Hayz from its signs, then she will follow the habit of her paternal or maternal relatives, irrespective of whether they are living or dead; provided that number of days of habit of all of them is equal and if the number of days differ from each other, for example, some of them have a habit which lasts for 5 days and some other have the habit which lasts for 7 days, in this situation she cannot follow the habit of her relatives, except if the number of the relatives whose duration of habit differ from others is very few in contrary to others, then she should follow the habit of those relatives who make the majority. However, as per obligatory measures, the woman who follows the habit of her relatives, if the habit of her relatives is less than 7 days, then after the end of the habit till the 7th day, it is necessary for her to refrain from the acts which are forbidden for Haa'ez and to perform the obligations of a Mustahadha. Similarly, if the habit of her relatives is more than 7 days, then from 7th day till the end of habit she should follow the rules mentioned above.

496. A woman with fixed habit of time, who follows her relatives in number of days of habit, she should consider the day of commencing her period as her 1st day. For example, if her commencing time is fixed on the first of every month, with a varying duration of seven or eight days, and then suddenly she sees blood for twelve days, and the habit of her relatives is 7 days, then for the first 7 days she will be classified as Haa’ez and for the remaining days she will be classified as Mustahadha.

497. If a woman with a fixed habit of time, who should follow her relatives in number of days, does not have any relative, or the number of habitual days of her relatives vary from each other, then each month from the day of commencement of period till six or seven days the blood discharged will be considered as Hayz, and the remaining days the blood discharged will be considered as Istihadha.  As per precautionary measures, it is better that whatever number of days she considered as

 

Hayz in the first month she should consider the same number of days for the next month. If the habit of a woman with a fixed habit of time, is in the middle or at the end of blood discharge, she should consider the six or seven days of the middle or end of blood discharge as Hayz.

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