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(Before i did suffer from waswas) This has happened to me occasionally, during my prayer i would get a gutfeeling/doubt that my wudu is going break during this prayer at that rakat/moment and then when I am praying at that rakat or near that rakat I break my wudu. What can I do about this? What is this?

Another answer needed During my isha prayer i relieved myself a little while before eating so I could then do wudu and pray peacefully. After eating and doing some cleaning I did wudu and started praying but later I felt urine and discharge (mind I do wudu for every prayer because of discharge) so I washed my self and re did my wudu and went to pray (restarted) and later again I was pretty sure I broke my wudu (felt gas) so I went and re did wudu and told my self "dont worry this would be the last time and if u feel or break wudu dont worry and carry on" because I was getting (overwhelmed and frustrated and distressed) so I did again my wudu and started praying and during 2 rakat I got a gutfeeling/feeling what if I break wudu during witr last moment. I started praying and at near about end of witr I was also feeling tense and refraining my muscle to fart even though I didnt feel like farting (I think it could be anxiety) but then I felt gas ( my feeling/gutffeling became true) but I did not re do my wudu and did my salam. It took me so long Was my decision wrong? Should I repray? I feel guilty

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i know exactly what you are talking about. Sometimes, we become very paranoid, but I like to remind myself that salat is meant to bring us at peace and ease. It shouldn't be difficult or stressful. Unless you are 100 percent certain, I do not think you have to redo your prayer or wudu. Make a peaceful dua at the end for Allah (swt) to make it easier not to have these thoughts.

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