Overdoing Madmadah due to extreme thirst trying to let some water enter the stomach
Q 4: A woman
was grazing sheep in Ramadan and she overdid Madmadah (rinsing the mouth) due to extreme thirst, trying to let some water enter her stomach. If she was aware that this action is Makruh (disliked), what is the ruling? Is it Wajib (obligatory) on her to make up for those days?
Moreover, one day she performed after-menstruation Ghusl (full ritual bath) during Ramadan and she discharged a drop of blood the next day. This occurred while she was away from home at one occasion, and when bleeding ceased that night, she did not perform Ghusl. Rather, she went back and completed her Sawm. What is the ruling on that? Is it Wajib on her to make up for the remaining days of the month, i.e., the days on which she observed Sawm during her menstruation taking into account that she does not remember the number of those days? We hope you will explain the ruling on that? (Part No. 9; Page No. 216)
First, if the woman in question overdid Madmadah to the extent that the water entered into her stomach, then it is Wajib on her to make up for that day.Secondly, the drop of blood that she noticed after Tuhr (period of ritual purity) and performing after-menstruation Ghusl is of no importance and her Sawm is valid.May Allah grant us success. May peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family, and Companions.