The Difference Between Obligatory Bathing After Menstruation And Junub, Women Should Know

The Difference Between Obligatory Bathing After Menstruation And Junub, Women Should Know

Islam know the word A shower is a must. Some of them are known to include a mandatory bath after menstruation and bathing must be junub.

Women must perform the ritual bath, either after junub or menstruation.

So, what is the difference between the premenstrual bath and the postmenstrual bath for women?

Bathing is mandatory

The obligatory bath of junub is performed after sexual intercourse. Bathing is done to purify the body from adultery.

The obligatory ablution after junub should be done from the right side of the body. Not only this, when bathing, it is necessary to fast, there is no need to open the hair or tie the hair.

These are the ways to perform the obligatory junub bath that a woman will do after having sex with her husband:

– ablution before bathing.
– pour water on your head up to three times.
– Pour water into the body, starting from the right side of the body.

It is not obligatory for a woman to untie her hair during the junub bath. According to a hadith from Umm Salamah Radhiyallahu Anha who said:

Did you say, O Messenger of God, I am a woman who has lied to you, so I should lie to you for the sake of my husband? He said: No, it is not enough for you to pour three cups of water on yourself, and then pour full water on yourself.

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Then I (Umm Salamah) said: “O Messenger of God, I am a woman, I have strengthened my hair, so should I untie it to take a bath because of junub?” He said: No, it is enough for you to pour water three times, then sprinkle water on your body, and then purify yourself. (The hadith of Sahih Muslim narrated it, Abu Dawud: 251, an-Nasa’i: 1/131, Tirmizi: 1/176, hadith no. 105 and said: “Sahih Hasan hadith, Ibnu Majah: 603).

Bathing is obligatory after menstruation

Example of the upcoming Woman's MonthExample. Women need to know the difference between obligatory and post-menstrual bathing. (Dieter Robbins/Pixabay)

Menstruation or Menstruation is a period of the month that women must drink. In Islam, menstrual blood is najis or dirt that must be cleaned. After menstruating, women must wash themselves from dirt and impurities through the obligatory bath.

The main difference between the obligatory menstrual bath and the obligatory junub bath is the place where it is cleaned. Using different methods, postmenopausal women must clean all their organs.

Then they sprinkle water on their bodies from the roots of their hair to their feet. Here are the methods of menstrual bathing that women must do;

– start ablution.
– sprinkle water from the top of the head and then sprinkle water on the whole body.
– get a cloth or cotton that is given perfume and apply it in the genital area where the blood is coming out.
– Continue your daily bathing routine until clean.

In the same way, how to perform the obligatory bath after menstruation, the Messenger of God, may God bless him and grant him peace, spoke in HR Muslim on the authority of Aishatu Radhiyallahu Anha that Asma’u bint Syakal Radhiyallahu Anha asked the Messenger of God, Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam, about bathing during menstruation, and he said . :

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تَأْخُذُإِحْدَا كُنَّ مَائَهَا وَسِدْرَهَا فَتََطَهَّرُ فَتُحْسِنُ الطُّهُورَ أوْ تَبْلِغُ فِي الطُّهُورِ ثُمَّ تَصُبُّ عَلَى رَأْسِهَا فَتَدْلُكُُهُ دَلْكًا شَدِ يْدًا حَتََّى تَبْلِغَ شُؤُونَ رَأْسِهَا ثُمَّ تَصُبُّ عَلَيْهَا المَاءَ ثُمَّ تَأْخُذُ فِرْصَةً مُمَسَّكَةً فَتَطْهُرُ بِهَا قَالَتْ أسْمَاءُ كَيْفَ أتََطَهَّرُبِهَا قَالَ سُبْحَانَ الله ِتَطَهُّرِي بِهَا قَالَتْْ عَائِشَةُ كَأنَّهَا تُخْفِي ذَلِكَ تَتَبَّعِي بِهَا أثَرَالدَّمِ

It means;

“One of you (women) took water and sidra (soap and the like) and washed herself and cleaned herself, then poured water on her head and rubbed it vigorously until the water reached her scalp, then she sprinkled the water . on her head, his whole body, then he took a cloth or cotton and musk perfume, and he purified himself with it, and Asma’u said: “How can I purify him?” He said: “Glory be to God.” Aishah said to Asma’u: “You are following (wiping) the flow of blood (with cloth/cotton).”


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