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Bismihi ta'ala

As long as the infant child you are currently breastfeeding has not reached the age of weaning, then there is no shar'i problem in continuing to breastfeed the baby.

Of course, you should consult your doctor and ask if continuing to breastfeed while pregnant will make you weak, or bring about any other problems. 

And Allah knows best.

Bismihi ta'ala

From a fiqhi perspective, a wife is able to petition for divorce, and she can forfeit her mahr and request that her husband divorces her. 

However, in this specific case of the husband not able to make his wife pregnant, are there other underlying problems, or is it only this issue. If it is only this issue, what if it was the other way around, where the wife was not able to fall pregnant, would it be nice for the husband to divorce her on such grounds alone? 

There might be alternative options to take, and some patience as well. Of course, if there are other problems that contribute to the wife making such a decision, then that is something else, and she should consult her family and wise people.

With prayers for your success. 

Bismillah, 

Asalamu Alaykom, 

If one needs to expose their private parts to a doctor for necessary medical reasons then it is permissible. Of course one should only show the part which is absolutely necessary and not more than is needed. One should also visit the doctor of the same gender. 

Some ulema also mention for the doctor to look at the private parts via a mirror rather than directly.

May Allah grant you success 

Bismillah 

Thank you for your question. The times of conception and pregnancy are of special importance to a child's soul and so the sins of the parents during that time do have a negative impact. And Allah knows best.

May you always be successful