Does the use of suppositories for the treatment of women necessitate Ghusl (ritual bath)?
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The use of suppositories for treatment either for men or women does not necessitate Ghusl (ritual bath). There are only two things which necessitate Ghusl:
1- The insertion of the head of the male's private parts in the vagina or anus of a woman or a man, whether or not there is ejaculation, and whether the person is an adult- and this is according to the consensus of all scholars- or a non-adult (did not reach puberty yet), according to the most preponderant view of the scholars; indeed this is the view of the Shaafi’ee and Hanbali schools. Nonetheless, the Hanbali school conditioned the non-adult to be one with whom one may have sexual intercourse, like the age of ten years for boys and the age of nine years for girls.
2- Ejaculation with a desire, whether from a man or a woman, and whether this was due to sexual intercourse, a wet dream, or masturbation, and so forth.
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