• Muhil Mubarok Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Syariah Nahdlatul Ulama (STISNU) Nusantara Tangerang
  • Nuru Wangimarotun Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Syariah Nahdlatul Ulama (STISNU) Nusantara Tangerang
  • Sholihin Shobroni Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Syariah Nahdlatul Ulama (STISNU) Nusantara Tangerang




This article reviews the implementation of the rules of Al-Adah Muhakkamah in determining the menstrual cycle. Especially for women whose menstrual cycles change and the resulting legal consequences. Menstruation and the problems in it are things that must be known, especially for a woman who experiences it, such as the period at least menstruation, generally the menstrual period, as many menstrual periods as possible and the habits experienced by menstruating women. This study uses qualitative research that places library research (library research) as an exploration of its data sources, namely the researcher refers to and examines data on scientific papers and books related to menstrual problems. This research concludes that the rule of al-adah muhakkamah plays an important role in determining a woman's menstruation law. Therefore, if a woman experiences menstrual cycles that change, then the blood that is condemned by menstruation is blood that comes out according to the habits in the previous months. The resulting legal consequence is the inability to carry out things that are forbidden for menstruating women, such as praying, fasting, intercourse, tawaf, talak and staying silent in mosques. As well as a woman who has experienced menstruation means that she has reached maturity and has been exposed to the obligations of carrying out Islamic law. Given the importance of knowing and studying the dynamics of menstruation that occur in a woman, it is advisable to follow the discourse on menstruation.

Keywords: Menstrual, Menstrual Cycle, Al'adah Muhakkamah, and Islamic Law.