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If the day a woman sees blood for the first time counts as day 1, on which day may she begin counting her seven clean days?
Shaina and her family was to accept shabbos at 6:00PM when shkiah was really at 8PM. Ideally, when should she do her last bedikah before counting her 7 clean days if the 1st of her seven clean days could begin that Friday night?
Shaina and her family was to accept shabbos at 6:00PM when shkiah was really at 8PM. The 1st of her seven clean days could begin that Friday night. Shaina was to be traveling most of Friday afternoon. For convenience, she checked herself for blood early on Friday morning, and found herself to be clean. May she begin counting her 7 clean days on Shabbos?
If a woman's 7 clean days is scheduled to begin on Yom Kippur, what should she do? (Check all valid answers)
Miriam began counting her 7 clean days on Sunday night. On her 7th day she was very busy, and she completely forgot to do a bedikah. What should she do?
Sarah was excited to become a bride in 14 days! To her dismay, she saw blood 11 days before her wedding, and bled for just that day. She calculated that following halacha would require her to be a niddah at her wedding! What should she do?
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