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Getting Started on MikvahCalendar.com
One major component of Family Purity is to anticipate the upcoming period and intimately separate at that time. The purpose is to avoid intimacy at a time when a woman may become ritually impure due the onset of her period. Most women will anticipate the onset of their period according to three methods:
Mikvah Calendar Features
- 1. Instruction BoxFollow the Instructions in this box. You will be told to either:- Click on New Flow or
– Click on the Date of Your Successful Hefsek Taharah
There are certain circumstances that do not require a woman to wait the minimum 5 or 4 days before making a Hefsek Taharah. If, after consulting with a Rav, you need not wait the minimum number of days, you can click on the button which appears inside of this box before entering your Hefsek Taharah.
- 2. Preferences
Click to return to your Preferences. You can change all of your options as well as change your password.
- 3. Switch to List View
Click here to view a list of all of your cycles.
- 4. Your LocationYou can change your location for your future time calculations. If your city does not appear on this list, you can return to your “Preferences” to enter your zip code or latitude & longitude.
- 5. Estimated Ovulation
- 6. Anticipated Flow Bars
Place your mouse over the Anticipated Flow Bar to view how the Anticipated Flow was calculated.- Gold: Average Cycle
– Green: Monthly Cycle
– Purple: Interval Cycle
– Grey: Or Zaruah
- 7. Anticipated Flow Sidebar
Displays all of your Anticipated Flows in a list.Click on “View Details” to view how the Anticipated Flows were calculated.
- 8. Date
Place your mouse over the Anticipated Flow Bar to view how the Anticipated Flow was calculated.- Press the single arrows to scroll one month at a time
– Press the double arrows to scroll one year at a time