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Let's say I did wudu for 6:40. Isha at 7:10. I pray maghrib but I feel like I consistently fart. Can I still pray maghrib and isha on the wudu I made, if my farts are consistent?

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  • Do you really consistently fart or is it possible that it is your imagination? If it is real then is it a one time occurrence (e.g. due to overeating) or is it a disease?. If it is a disease then have you consulted a doctor to determine if it is incontinence? – UmH Mar 25 at 17:05
  • Essentially, I don't hear a sound or smell anything, but I am pretty sure that something is coming out. Hence I say I consistently fart. I don't think its a disease. Not my imagination. – huhukhk Mar 25 at 17:09
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    See islam.stackexchange.com/questions/40099 – UmH Mar 25 at 17:13
  • To be honest no. Its not if there is doubt with wudu. I know that my wudu is broken, but if its constant, must I repeat wudu constantly? – huhukhk Mar 26 at 6:41
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You should get it checked out by a doctor before assuming anything. I suffer from incontinence and the ruling for that is to do a fresh wudu for each namaz but it has to be done at the time of the prayer. But I would still get it checked out first before following anything.

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