Explore the intricacies of Islamic ritual purification (wudu), understanding how actions like discharge can or cannot affect its validity. This article sheds light on these often misunderstood aspects.
Does wudu break because of discharge?
Does this break my wudu? Answer: Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullah, No, chronic vaginal discharge [which is clear or white] does not invalidate your ritual ablution (wudu) because it is legally akin to a form of sweating of the vagina walls.
What breaks a woman’s wudu?
It is typically performed before prayers (salah or salat). Activities that invalidate wudu include urination, defecation, flatulence, deep sleep, light bleeding (depending on madhhab), menstruation, postpartum and sexual intercourse.
Can I pray with white discharge?
So you have to do wudu for the prayer after the time for it begins, and your wudu will remain valid even if this discharge comes out, until the time for that prayer ends, then you should do wudu for the next prayer, and so on.
Does my wudu break if I touch my private parts?
Touching the private part without a barrier invalidates wudoo’ according to many scholars among the Sahaabah and those who came after them of the Taabi’een and the imams, including Maalik, al-Shaafa’i and Ahmad.