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Your Question: Assalam u alaikum. I just want to ask the question on behalf of my one friend . She is married & also working in an office. She has a problem of purity. When she see any photos of men & women in newspaper, TV,or any other place or any sex scene she thinks something is coming out of her vagina may be Mani, urine, or something else. When her husband only touches her in the day or in the night she also thinks like that. I don’t know if it is her doubt or it is right. She will take the ghusal or change her clothes thinking that she becomes impure. because of all these thinking she will go into depression one day. Because she is married & if her husband touches her it does not mean you have to take the ghusal. I have taken many steps to understand her that she is not right but she is giving more importance to the purity. So you just tell me “are all these things right or her doubt only” & now what will I do to understand her.

Answer:

Her Wudhu breaks. where the fluid touched the clothing must be made ‘paak’ – pure. Avoid what causes the discharge.

My question:
Im not satisfied with your answer so please tell me in detail what do you want to say exactly.
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Doubt does not break Wudhu. Until actual fluid is not definitely felt then no Wudhu has broken, no cloth has to be washed. Laws are not based on doubt.

My question:
If the fluid actually came then she has to take a bath or ghusal all the time. pleases sir suggest some ways to protect her from this.

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Asked on July 12, 2013 6:12 pm
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If the fluid is actual (wetness, felt - seen) then wash areas touched to make paak pure. Avoid looking at that which causes these dis-charges. If there is discharge with passion or lust then Ghusl is necessary.
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Answered on July 12, 2013 6:12 pm