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How to be a good son, husband and Muslim?

My mother hates my wife and always complains that I am a bad son. She complained that I only call her once a week, so I increased it to daily, but she still complained, so now I call her several times per day.

Only a Hindu will marry me as an infertile girl

Even after knowing my problems, he still wants to marry me. I didn’t indulge in any sort of affair/relationship with him earlier. What is the right thing to do here?

Can we get donor eggs to save her life?

Doctors are now advising that she should get pregnant as soon as possible to cure this disease. I have tried my level best to make her pregnant but failed. I want to cure and save my wife’s life more than having a child.

I dont know what to do about my posessive mother in law

My mother in law is very possessive… even the servants are rude to me. It’s now my fault that we are unable to have kids… it’s Allah’s will so what can I do? I think if artificial insemination fails they’ll divorce me.

Need a new born baby for adoption!

I was admitted to hospital and delivered twin still born baby girls with all the physical and emotional pains! My dear husband buried the small 500 gms babies in the grave with his own hands while I was crying in hospital bed! This happened exactly 15 days back! Due to my disease, I may or may not get pregnant again.

Is sperm donation to infertile relative allowed in Islam?

I am really willing to help, I am willing to donate and let my brother enjoy the fatherhood as I am enjoying mine now. But I am afraid of Allah’s punishment if I am doing a wrong thing. Please, guide me through, this is really bothering me.

Should she tell him about infertility?

What should a girl do if she comes to know that she might not have babies? Should she tell her fiancé or keep quiet as her parents tell her to? She’s not happy with the engagement and apparently one of the reasons why she was forced into marrying a guy from the family seems to be that if she remains childless, the extended family won’t kick her out of the house.