i will liek to koew that if women want to put some thing in to the body to stop pregnancy is it permissible to but it is called copper ti you put it in your vigina

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i will liek to koew that if women  want to put some thing in to the body to stop pregnancy is it permissible to but it is called copper ti you put it in your vigina


In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

Assalaamu `alaykum waRahmatullahi Wabarakatoh

Kindly find attached our standard answer on birth control.

If the copper you refer to avoids fertilization from taking place, then it will be permissible.

If it is effective after fertilization, then it is not permissible as it is equivalent to abortion.





Chemical – the pill which is taken orally spermicidal jellies used locally. Mechanical – use of condom intra-uterine device Physical – coitus interruptus rhythm method Permanent – sterilization operation – tubal ligations – vasectomies.


Question 1

Is the Practice of contraception allowed in Islam? If so, under what circumstances?



Contraception is permissible on a limited scale for valid reasons – reasons considered by the Shariáh to be valid. The circumstances which will permit reversible and permanent contraception differ.



Among the reasons accepted by the Shariáh as valid for practising reversible contraception are:

(A) Physical weakness.

(B) Sickness.

(C) The wife maintaining her beauty or figure for the sake of her husband.

(D) The couple being on a journey or in a distant land.

(E) Adverse political conditions, e.g. children are forcibly separated from their parents as is advocated by communism; etc.

(F) The couple decide to separate in the near future.

(G) The wife is an immoral person.


There are valid grounds for practising reversible contraception. Poverty or the fear of poverty are not valid reasons for contraception. It is not permissible to practice contraception on account of a fear of not being able to provide for a large family. Such a fear is an attribute of non-Muslims. According to the Qurãn Shareef: ‘There is not a living creature, but its sustenance is the responsibility of Allah.’


Similarly desire to curb sexual desire which may stem out of piety is not a lawful ground for contraception. If practised for any reason which is unlawful in Islam, then contraception will likewise be unlawful, e.g. for indulgence in illicit sex.



Permanent contraception is permissible only if the woman’s life is in danger or her health is seriously threatened.


and Allah Ta’ala Knows Best


Mufti Ebrahim Desai


And Allah knows best


Mufti Ebrahim Desai
Darul Iftaa, Madrassah In’aamiyyah