In Mawaahib al-Jaleel 3/199, the following statement was quoted, "If a person is prevented from performing Tawaaf al-Ifaadah.." Ibn Ghaazi said, "What the author mentioned about someone who is prevented from performing Tawaaf al-Ifaadah was followed by the author of ash-Shaamil." I have not come across a scholar who stated that a person who was prevented from performing Tawaaf al-Ifaadah cannot get out of the state of ihraam unless if he performs 'umrah. Rather, he cannot get out of the state of ihraam unless if he performs the Tawaaf al-Ifaadah. This is what is indicated by the author's earlier statement which said: "If a person spends the night of Thul Hijjah at Arafah, but he cannot proceed to Mecca, and he is prevented from accessing the Ka'bah, then his hajj is complete, but he will not go out of the state of ihraam unless if he performs the Tawaaf al-Ifaadah."
The author's stated: "If he is prevented from proceeding to Mecca after spending the ninth of Thul Hijjah at 'Arafah." Al-Bulayqeeni deduced from this statement that if a menstruating woman menstruates, and does not perform the Tawaaf al-Ifaadah, and she cannot stay in Mecca until she becomes pure, and she reaches her home whilst in the state of ihraam, and her money finishes, and she cannot reach the Ka'bah, then she is like a person who has been prevented from going to Mecca. Therefore, she goes out of the state of ihraam by making an intention to do so, sacrificing a sacrificial animal, and trimming her hair." Kashshaaf al-Qannaa' 2/528
من أحصر عن طواف الإفاضة