What Dua Can You Suggest For My Period to Come?

Hanafi Fiqh

Answered by Shaykh Abdullah Anik Misra


I haven’t gotten my period for the past two months, and I am very worried. Can you suggest any dua which I can recite, please?


In the Name of Allah, Most Merciful and Compassionate

May Allah Most High give you the best in health and states and relieve your worries. I would first advise that you consult a medical expert for your concerns.

I have not found a specific dua (supplication) that addresses this matter exactly, especially from the Quran and Sunna. You may want to personally consult a scholar authorized in Islamic spirituality to see if they have a recommended formula of Quranic verses or dhikr for this.

I have seen a scholarly suggestion of reading Surah al-Fatiha seven times in the early morning, blowing it into water, and drinking it. Other resources online will suggest different formulas as well; there is no one set thing I have found, and you are free to say any of them.

Remember that the most effective thing is to lift up your hands and speak to Allah from the heart in your own language, asking Him and expressing your neediness to Him.

A General Dua for Well-Being

The Prophet Muhammad (Allah bless him and give him peace) instructed us to ask Allah Most High for well-being (‘afiya) in this world and the next world after we hear the call to prayer (adhan). This shows that seeking well-being, in general, is an important thing to ask Allah for all the time, as it encompasses one’s spirituality but also one’s health, mental stability, freedom from problems, and much more. [Tirmidhi]

One dua from the Sunna is available to read here:
Duas For a healthy life with translation | IslamicFinder

[Shaykh] Abdullah Anik Misra
Checked and Approved by Shaykh Abdul-Rahim Reasat

Shaykh Abdullah Misra was born in Toronto, Canada, in 1983. His family hails from India, and he was raised in the Hindu tradition. He embraced Islam in 2001 while at the University of Toronto, from where he completed a Bachelor of Business Administration. He then traveled overseas in 2005 to study the Arabic language and Islamic sciences in Tarim, Yemen, for some time, as well as Darul Uloom in Trinidad, West Indies. He spent 12 years in Amman, Jordan, where he focused on Islamic Law, Theology, Hadith Sciences, Prophetic Biography, and Islamic Spirituality while also working at the Qasid Arabic Institute as Director of Programs. He holds a BA in Islamic Studies (Alimiyya, Darul Uloom) and authorization in the six authentic books of Hadith and is currently pursuing specialized training in issuing Islamic legal verdicts (ifta’). He holds a certificate in Counselling and often works with new Muslims and those struggling with religious OCD. He is an instructor and researcher in Sacred Law and Theology with the SeekersGuidance The Global Islamic Seminary. Currently, He resides in the Greater Toronto Area with his wife and children. His personal interests include Indian history, comparative religion, English singing, and poetry.