Waham about purity

15 Apr 2019 Ref-No#: 1536

Most of the time i feel wetness on my undergarment espicially during the prayer timings when i checked 95% of the time there was nothing ??

1- do i have to check my undergarment before every salah ??

2- i.e if i feel some wetness on asar and prayed asar maghrib and isha with same wadu and found impurity spots after isha do i have to repeat those prayers ???

Answer

Wa’alaykum as Salam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu,

1) Since 5% of the time you do find wetness, the best is to keep toilet roll in your underwear, and change it at the time of each prayer, so that your clothes are not soiled. Thereafter, make Wudhu and perform Salah.

After urinating, you should do Istibraa (something to ensure all urine has come out from the body). The best way to do Istibraa is to place your fingers on the area just below the scrotum and press that area firmly. Do this several times, until you are sure that all the remaining drops of urine are discharged from the urethra. There are many other ways of doing Istibraa, and you should see what works best for you.

2) Due to the possibility of your Wudhu breaking and you having impure clothes, it is better to repeat the Asr, Maghrib and Isha prayer.

 

 

 

 

References

وما قيل أنه يجذب الذكر بعنف مرة بعد أخرى فيه نظر لأنه يورث الوسواس ويضر بالذكر كما في شرح المنكاة قوله: “فلا يقيد بشيء” قال في المضمرات ومتى وقع في قلبه أنه صار طاهرا جاز له أن يستنجي لأن كل أحد أعلم بحاله اهـ ولو عرض له الشيطان كثيرا لا يلتفت إليه بل ينضح فرجه وسراويله بالماء حتى إذا شك حمل البلل على ذلك النضج ما لم يتيقن خلافه كذا في الفتح (حاشية الطحطاوي على مراقي الفلاح شرح نور الإيضاح – ص: 43)