Channel: Wael Ibrahim
Series: Wael Ibrahim - Halal Intimacy
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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim Al hamdu lillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Welcome back Brothers and Sisters in Islam and everyone to Halal intimacy. As a counselor I receive a lot of phone calls from married couples I conduct on site sessions with them. And one of the topics that came up lately was sexual hygiene. Believe it or not, my brothers and sisters Islam, this topic on its own could lead married couples to disliking the sexual relationship because married couples of course, during sexual intimacy, they get closer to each other physically. And in the process. If you don't take care of your cleanness,
many times, bad odor will be filled and as a result, you started feeling like you don't want to get closer you want it to take a distance. And that's why I appreciated the book of staff Abdul Latif, when he dedicated one whole chapter about sexual hygiene.
We'll start up the Latif Abdullah, he in his book had suggested various ways of maintaining healthy hygiene and cleanliness otherwise, this whole relationship of sexual intimacy between the couples could become very unpleasant and disliked, which could lead also to major problems between the couples later in the future. Among these suggestions, for example is for women in particular to avoid public toilet because it is there where most women contract diseases and infections. These infections and diseases actually lead to the production of foul smell that could lead the husband to avoiding the sexual relationship completely. And whether you were compelled to use public toilets or
at home, make sure to use warm water to wash yourself. Warm water helps fight these diseases and make sexual interaction with your spouse enjoyable. And please bear in mind when you respond to the call of nature, not to wash or scrub your private part together at the same time with the anus area, wash each of those areas on their own separately starting with your private part. Otherwise, it may develop diseases which could lead to hormonal changes and imbalance which could also lead to menses delays, which could make it very difficult for women to conceive children. And if you're interested to read more about that research, I will leave the link in the description below this video. Having
said that my brothers and sisters in Islam and everyone meant to are included in all these hygienic practices, including changing their undergarments every single day. Otherwise, our undergarments collect bacteria, which could lead to deadly diseases for men, especially including the quality of sperm production and various sexual dysfunctions. Also, if you could run a quick search on the internet for medical products that were made specifically to care for the sex organs, I'm sure you will come across plenty of them use them. However, always get back to your physician or general practitioner doctor for advice before using them. But also remember my brothers and sisters in Islam
if Allah subhanaw taala wills to test you with any of these infections and diseases, you have to bear with patience and accept the color of Allah subhanaw taala. That's why it is always recommended that whoever developed any of these diseases, both partners, both husband and wife should be treated together at the same time, even if one of them did not complain about any of those infections. And if any of these diseases were sexually transmitted infections, please remember, not all these types of diseases were actually transmitted sexually. So focus on the cure from these diseases, and avoid the blame game and the doubt otherwise, you may ruin your relationship. And of course my brothers
and sisters in Islam it goes without saying that we should always clean our private parties regularly. Especially before engaging in any sexual interaction with our spouses. We should also develop a culture or ritualistic health care before engaging in sexual intimacy with our spouses and we should talk to each other about it we should not shy away from talking about these issues. This is of course if you want to maintain this healthy relationship for as long as we remain alive in sha Allah. And of course after intercourse a bath became compulsory so that we can be ready for the next prayer in sha Allah. And finally my brothers and sisters in Islam and everyone it is highly
recommended to MTR bladder before and after intercourse so that we can flush out all the germs and bacteria from our body before this relationship in order to avoid transferring any of these infections to one another. May Allah subhanaw taala keep us safe. May Allah subhanaw taala help us enjoy this relationship purely for the sake of Allah in a halal manner. I mean, I mean, I mean, don't forget to share the video, subscribe to the channel and we'll see you in sha Allah in the next episode of Halal
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