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  • Ruling on Performing Copper-T Intrauterine Device Insertion in Patients Date: 31-7-2022

    Assalaamualai kum sir, l am a gynaecologist in India where most of the population is non Muslim...i m posted in a hospital as a resident gynaecologist where my seniors ask me to perform Copper T insertion in patients which is a temporary method of contraception but it's mechanism of action is that it prevents implantation of an already formed zygote.. More

  • Using pills to prevent pregnancy after being raped Date: 7-3-2006

    If a woman was raped, would it be acceptable in the Sharee'ah for her to take the "After morning pill" to prevent pregnancy? And if she was pregnant because of the horrific act, would she be allowed to have an abortion early in pregnancy according to our Deen. .. More

  • Using contraceptive pills Date: 12-5-2004

    I have a question regarding the use of contraceptives, not on the site the pill in particular. Is it permissible to use the pill with the idea that you don’t want to have any more children and that you are committed to it for the rest of your life? If you already have two children and you and your husband both don’t want more children,.. More

  • Use of Condoms and Oral Contraceptives Date: 25-5-2002

    What is your opinion about the use condoms and oral contraceptives? .. More

  • Birth control pills Date: 25-12-2001

    What is the ruling concerned using birth control pills? I hear that they have no effect on the woman's menses cycle, but does the Sharee’ah (Islamic Legislation) permit its usage?.. More

  • Birth Control by using spiral Date: 11-11-2000

    I am a married person with two kids; my wife has put the spiral to postpone getting more kids at this time. This leads to the increase of the menstruating period (10 days or more of blood). Sometimes this sometimes lead me to perform masturbation by myself, I want to know is this Halal or Haram, though this has no effect on my sexual life with my.. More

  • Kinds and Uses of Contraceptives Date: 7-3-2000

    Regarding your Fatwa about using contraceptives, the mechanism of contraception should be well understood. For example, even pills and intra-uterine devices may prevent the implantation of a fertilized ovum (the future baby); in other words they may act as an abortion inducer. You can check this issue in many medical books. So if there is a risk of.. More