Is the purpose of a woman's going to the mikvah so that she can permit herself to a man (be he her husband or any potential husband), or is it for her own sake? The nafqa mina is that of a woman who ...
Normally we say "sofek d'rabbanan l'kulo" and will be lenient in a case of a doubt that is only an issur d'rabbanan. I have heard that there are poskim who say this doesn't apply in the case when ...
I am basing this question on this quote from the Wikipedia page on Hasidic childbirth customs: At the beginning of pregnancy, a woman's separation behavior depends on the regularity of her ...
Is there any reason to assume that a woman may or may not go to Mikvah when she has a non-life threatening illness that may be made worse by going (eg., flu, strep, ear infection)? What if both she ...
Since Niddah is a woman's obligation alone, in theory, it should not depend on whether her husband is Jewish. Correct? If so, then why do many modern mikvaot exclude women with non-Jewish husbands? ...
Can a woman use a Mikvah if her Husband is not Jewish (She is currently on the road to becoming a BT)