In another thread I was trying to understand if Muslim women’s birth control without the consent of her husband can possibly mean she can contracept without her husband’s knowledge.
I copied and pasted the quote below from the following website.
**Can a woman practice birth control without the consent of her husband? **
The wife has full right to the use of contraceptives even without the approval of her husband. (Minhaj, vol. 2, p. 276) However, she should not use a method which may come in the way of her husband’s conjugal rights. For example, she cannot force him to use condom or practice coitus interruptus. This rule is based upon the principle that the extent of the husband’s conjugal rights over his wife is just that she should be sexually available, responsive, and cooperative. This right does not extend to that of bearing children for him. Bearing children or not is a personal decision of the woman; and therefore, she may use contraceptives provided they do not come in the way of her husband’s conjugal rights.