Cheshvan 5781 / October 2020

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BS”D

Dear Friends,

We were ecstatic this past Tuesday, seeing over 400 people attend our first-ever live webinar. The topic was Medical Innovations for Couples’ Health – a 2019-2020 Review.

Immediate feedback included the following appraisals:

“Excellent! It’s so amazing to hear about the latest innovations.”

“Very clear and relevant.”

“Yashar Koach – so much information packed into such a small window of time. May HaKadosh Baruch Hu continue to give you the means to assist so many with tahara and fertility in Eretz Yisroel and the entire world.”

Leaders in our community gathered from all over the world. The webinar offered a detailed presentation about how specific innovations turn the tide on abnormal menstrual bleeding, infertility, recurrent miscarriage, intimacy dysfunction and pain, and menopausal disruptions.


The webinar was 1.5 hours, a densely-packed survey about medical solutions most people (including many medical practitioners) are not aware about.

Starting next week, we will be teaching these webinar topics in an expanded, in- depth format over a full semester. This will be our second Tahareinu Certification Course. If you are a rabbi, rebbetzin, chassan or kallah teacher, or medical or mental health professional working with frum couple’s problems with reproductive health, this course is for you. In fact, one of the most renowned poseks in tahara, HaRav Yekutiel Farkash of Jerusalem, endorsed the Tahareinu Certification as “a must.”

Scroll down for more info on the Tahareinu Certification Course.

Looking forward to a Cheshvan full of promise.

​Yours,

Rabbi Yitzchok and Mrs. Chaya Melber
Tahareinu Founders and Directors


Tahareinu Tip:
Do you suffer from Lichen
Sclerosus?

September 18th was the International Society for the Study of Vulvovaginal Disease’s Vulvar Lichen Sclerosus Awareness Day. The what? You might ask. We will explain. Lichen Sclerosus usually affects the skin of reproductive areas, and may also affect upper body skin. Men or women can get lichen sclerosus, although menopausal women are most susceptible. According to Mayo Clinic, symptoms include:

  • Redness
  • Itching
  • Discomfort or pain
  • Smooth white or blotchy wrinkled patches on your skin
  • Tearing or bleeding
  • Bleeding, blistering or ulcerated sores
  • Painful relations

If you experience any of the above, contact your doctor for diagnosis as well as
Tahareinu about recent medications


Got a question about relieving tahara problems, infertility, reproductive health, pain or other related issues?

call the Tahareinu hotline

Call the Tahareinu Hotline Today

For ongoing infertility, recurrent pregnancy loss, or reproductive genetic issues,
you and your spouse are warmly invited to schedule an in-person, phone or Zoom consultation with our founder and president, Rabbi Yitzchok Melber.

Please send an email to rabbimelber@tahareinu.com Include your first name and location, and briefly describe your issue.

Personal consultations are for more involved reproductive issues. Note the Israel
office has reopened for in-person consultations,
in line with the country’s coronavirus status.

IMPORTANT
Most Tahareinu issues are addressed by our hotline advisors, 13 hours a day, 5 days a week. If you are unsure whether to schedule a consultation, call the hotline first.