Islamic marriage advice and family advice

Blood spots

Me and my girlfriend is doing sex from last two years and we do sex 2 or 3 times in a week but now we got a problem. Actually my girlfriend is facing a problem of blood spots on her trouser twice a day. Please help us out - is it a serious problem or it could be harmful or not...?

Tell us reason or way out for this problem please.

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  1. Get married is haram what ever you tow are doing, and your girlfriend need to go see a doctor ASAP to
    Be safe..

  2. Assalaamualaikam

    1. Bleeding like you're describing could be due to a physical health problem. It's important that your girlfriend goes to her doctor and gets checked out - she should do this as soon as possible. Some of the causes of this type of bleeding are quite straightforward to treat, but there are a few possible causes that need to be treated quickly in order to avoid complications.

    2. Pre-marital sex isn't acceptable in Islam - stop doing this. If the two of you have been in a relationship for more than two years, I'd imagine that you're quite committed to each other, so why not make it halal and get married? The two of you should also repent for the things that have already happened. Remember that Allah is Most Merciful.

    Midnightmoon
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  3. Tell her to see the doctor bleeding or blood spots is not normal after sex. It is a sign her cells are adnormal this is serious which could lead to cervical cancer in the near future if left untreated. This could be an infection, some sort of injury or something just not right best for her to get herself checked out. My Advise for her to get a smear test from the doctor.

    Lastly if you are muslim to stop the sin. in Islam it is haraam to do these things before marriage.

  4. Stop committing zina for a start. Go see your gp, it could be an infection or a problem with the neck of the womb. Go and have if checked out.

  5. Assalam alaikum,

    The OP has posted many other unrelated question--and I know that this person, Daisy, has said before that she believes that someone is using her account. Not sure if that is possible (?), but the question really has nothing to do with an Islamic issue.

  6. Tell her to see a doctor.

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