Monday, October 4, 2021

Hadith on ghusl after wet dream for both men & women

  Pakrush Admin       Monday, October 4, 2021

Men and women share the same rules when it comes to wet dreams.

If a man or woman has a wet dream and detects wetness/discharge, they must perform ghusl, even if they are unsure if the wetness is caused by ejaculation/orgasm. 

In other words, even if he or she has constant discharge and believes it is not sexual discharge, ghusl is still required if he or she remembers witnessing a wet dream. Solely a man who understands this discharge is wadi - a thick white fluid that escapes after peeing or carrying anything heavy that is only present in men – is exempt.

Consider this Hadith:

Anas b. Malik reported that Umm Sulaim narrated it that she asked the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) about a woman who sees in a dream what a man sees (sexual dream). The Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon Him) said:

In case a woman sees that, she must take a bath. Umm Sulaim said: I was bashful on account of that and said: Does it happen? Upon this the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: Yes (it does happen), otherwise how can (a child) resemble her? Man's discharge (i. e. sperm) is thick and white and the discharge of woman is thin and yellow; so the resemblance comes from the one whose genes prevail or dominate.

 Read  👉 Dangers of not performing ghusl & its surprising benefits 



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