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Halochakli it is permitted if a chatzitza covers less than half the body (or heir) and it does not bother most of the woman like her (that have her profession) But the minhag is lohathila for mikva no chatzitza at all, ( bidieved if like above (halochakly permited) then OK, (if went home already even more lenient (ask a Rabbi) so that people should not ...


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the shulchan aruch says in 162:10 ״מי שיש לו מכה בידו ודטיה עליה: די לו שיטול שאר היד שלא במקום הרטיה one with a blemish covered by a bandage, it's sufficient enough to wash the rest of the hand not covered by the bandage the magen avrohom there (which I dont have a link to) says, it's referring to a bandage he doesn't care about it being there, ...


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Hakham Ovadya Yosef z"l rules explicitly in Yabia `Omer (Orah Hayyim 2:2) - citing the view of the Rashba - that the concept of a hassissah only applies to the bayith and the upper arm, not to the straps, and especially not on the wrist. The question there is regarding a wristwatch, but it would by extension apply to anything being worn on the wrist. [As ...



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