She has reached the age of puberty but she is not strong enough to fast.
It is not permissible for pregnant and breastfeeding women to break the fast unless they fear for themselves or their children.
It is better for pregnant and breastfeeding women not to fast if it is too hard for them to fast.
She was not certain that her period had ended, and she prayed and fasted.
How can she make use of her time when she is cooking in Ramadaan?.
Can a woman whose fast is broken because of menstruation in Ramadaan eat?.
If a pregnant woman feels a bit tired can she break her fast?.
If a woman’s nifaas ends before forty days, she should do ghusl and pray and fast.
If her period begins before sunset, even if it is just a moment before, her fast is invalidated and she has to make it up..
If a man has intercourse with his wife during the day in Ramadaan whilst traveling, there is nothing wrong with that.
If she sees some brownish discharge after her period ends, should she pray and fast?.
Is it better for her to break her fast so she can breastfeed her child or to stop breastfeeding so she can fast?.
For pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers who do not fast, they have to make up the missed fasts and it is not enough for them to feed the poor.
Her period comes twice a month – should she stop praying and fasting each time?.
She did not make up the days when she had her period and now she cannot fast.
If a woman makes a mistake about when she becomes pure following menstruation, is she sinning?.
If a woman miscarries after two months of pregnancy, is her bleeding regarded as nifaas?.
She forgot to do ghusl from janaabah until the sun set.
She did not make up her missed fasts for many years.
She fasted during the last days of her period because she did not see any blood.