Vasectomy usually stops permanently the ability of having children, hence it is not permissible at all. Wassalam.
Yes, it is valid, and it would not affect the fasting.
And Allah knows best.
If one had enough time, and intentionally did not perform ghusl before Fajr time, then their fasting for that day will be invalid, and they must redo that day as qadha` and pay kaffarah.
If they did not have enough time, or it was not intentional for them to stay in janabah, then their fasting is valid.
And Allah knows best.
As important as your husband's career may be, it cannot be more important than obeying Almighty God or having children. I am sure he is somehow able to adjust his working schedule during the holy month to be able to see you, and try to work around your ovulation time. He can get some time off work during the night, for whatever reason, even if it's unpaid leave.
However, you must both know that it will be haram and sinful for him or you to break your fast for this purpose, and the worst case scenario is for him is to either take a night off, or wait until after the ending of the holy month.
You are certainly a noble believer, and hence you ask this question, but if you break your fast for such an invalid reason, this guilt will always be with you, so it is always best to abide by the shar'i requirements and always have hope in Allah ta'ala who will accommodate for all our needs, all in due time.
With prayers for your success.
Mut'ah marriage is a way to save people from falling into sinful acts but such type of marriage has conditions which must be fulfilled. If you need to save yourself from falling into sinful act through going for Mut'ah marriage, you need to get your Muslim wife's permission if you want to do the Mut'ah with a woman from People of Book (Ahlul Kitab) like Christians or Jews.
It is not allowed for any one to use sexual device for personal use.
It is allowed for husband and wife to use such devices for other spouse only.
If the sexual device is totally controlled remotely by the other spouse, then it will be allowed.
Thank you for your question. In short, you have to keep trying until the sexual desire starts to subside. When you have committed sins relating to sexual desires the desire becomes more intense and so trying to prevent it takes a lot of willpower. At times, in the beginning, the desire overcomes the willpower even if you know what you are doing is wrong which results in a lot of guilt. That guilt needs to be used to increase your willpower until you can finally break the cycle and then over time the desire will become subdued and controllable. It is also important to seek halal means to fulfil sexual desires so that you have an outlet as sexual desires without an outlet become all the more intense.
Just keep going and don't give up. In the end with a lot of effort, you will succeed and after a time those sins will be a thing of the past.
May you always be successful
In brief, yes, it will be wajib for her to do ghusl janabah.
And Allah knows best.
Muslim female should go to female psychiatrist and get required therapy from females.
Talking about your previous sins is not good unless it is advised by the doctors as part of the treatment.
It is not obligatory to perform Ghusl before the second one.
If liquid comes out on orgasm, she has to perform Ghusl of Janabah.
Wife is not allowed to refuse fulfilling her husband's sexual needs if she is not in her menstruation or post-natal or any other medical reason. Refusing intimacy with her husband is a sinful act.
Husband should try to nicely convince his wife including removing any reason which might have caused her to refuse intimacy. He should be very clean and wear perfume which she like and try to talk to her nicely to make her ready to respond to him.
After doing all that, if she continues to refuse intimacy with her husband, she might need counselling from trusted persons from her female relatives e.g. her mother, her sister etc.
She can be advised to seek guidance from trusted religious scholars or consultants.
Avoid using pressure on your wife because it might give wrong results. Intimacy in its best form is a result of a human delicate feeling, but if she is not ready for it in its best form, she should never deny giving her husband whatever she can to save him from thinking to go elsewhere to fulfill his natural needs. That is why Islam made it compulsory on the wife to offer what she can to meet the needs of her husband.