Bleeding during Ramadan, what does it mean to bleed during Ramadan, I’m sure this were the Thoughts going through your head when you saw this blog title, what was the first thing that came to your mind.. Bleeding during the month of Ramadan, how does one bleed during Ramadan. This has nothing to do with the male gender tho because they don’t bleed.

Bleeding for ladies is a normal thing, we bleed every month some for 3 days, some 5 and some 7 days and it not different during Ramadan. A lot of ladies out there become restless once they start bleeding most especially during the month of Ramadan, some even come with severe pain
As a Muslim woman, once you start bleeding, you are restricted to do some things during your bleeding period. Allah cherish women a lot and he made it easy for us when we bleed, we don’t have to worry about praying during that period, we can’t enter the mosque unless it necessary, we can’t touch the holy Quran and most especially we can’t fast because during that time we aren’t clean.
Bleeding during Ramadan isn’t easy for most ladies out there, we have to hide from our father, we have to hide if we want to eat during that time, the truth is most of us are ashamed, cranky and restless during our bleeding period in the month of Ramadan. We can’t show our pain during that period, we cry inside because we don’t want people around us to know.
Some ladies even eat suhoor with everyone at home, follow them to mosque and become very conscious of  what they wear during that period because they don’t want people to know, those moments are hard and painful.
But don’t worry or feel bad about any of this because the point of me writing this is to educate and pass a message across to Muslim ladies out there, you don’t have to feel bad during your bleeding period, you don’t have to be ashamed, it normal for you to bleed and you don’t have to hide it from your family, just don’t eat in their presence.
You ain’t doing anything wrong sister, it OK to bleed, it normal to bleed…
Like i said, it OK to bleed, just know the do’s and don’t when you bleed and it is the same during the month of Ramadan and have it in mind that after Ramadan you have to replace all the fast you missed during your bleeding period.
Allah made it easy for Muslim women, we don’t have to replace the prayers we missed during our bleeding period but we must replace our fast, Allah doesn’t dash us fasting and I think most of the ladies are guilty of this, I am guilty of this. I can’t remember the last time I replaced the fast I missed during my bleeding period in the month of Ramadan. We are all sinners and please let endeavour to replace our missed fast immediately after Ramadan to make it easier for us.
In conclusion, my sister, bleed with pride, it’s normal for you to bleed, you don’t have to be ashamed of yourself when you bleed, you ain’t doing anything wrong for bleeding
Allah knows best



Comments (4)

  1. Dani
    May 16, 2019 Reply

    Wow. I have been friends with a few Muslim ladies but never had the chance to go this deep when it comes to having period during Ramadan. Such a mind opening article.

    • theaduni
      May 16, 2019 Reply

      Glad you could relate to it and i guess you’ve understood ramadan more

  2. Amaka
    July 19, 2019 Reply

    I definitely picked up something new from this blog post. It’s sad that ladies have to feel so conflicted during an already uncomfortable period. I hope they figure out the best routine for them!

    • theaduni
      July 19, 2019 Reply

      I hope so too

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