``We are trying to plan a date for my chasunah and don’t know what to do regarding working around the cycle…``

Mazel tov!  May you and your chosson be zoche to build a BNB!  Being a kallah is pretty difficult, with all the planning and preparation; all the more so when you are worried about your cycle.  Beiseinu Our Home provides the options available and steps necessary to ensure that at least this part of the chasunah planning should go smoothly.

``I am always staining in the middle of my cycle and/or I always stain a couple days before my period really starts. I’ve been to my gynecologist, but they don’t see anything medically wrong. Is there any way to prevent it?``

It’s a small comfort for a frum couple when their gynecologist doesn’t see anything medically wrong, yet the staining continues, completely disrupting their lives.  The good news: the answer is YES, there are ways to prevent it!  No two situations are the same and we will work hand-in-hand with the couple to ensure that they are getting the answers that are right for them and their particular situation.

``Why do I have to wait 7+ days before successfully producing a clean hefsek? Is it normal to have so many shailos? I feel like I’m sending so many bedikos to my Rov and am constantly waiting to get to mikva more than I should.``

Unfortunately, this is an all-too-common scenario in many homes.  Even if you’re lucky enough to live in a city that has a bodekes, that only helps get through the process, maybe, but doesn’t solve the issue.  Getting to mikva should not have to be an unpleasant experience.  At Beiseinu Our Home, we feel that it is our sacred duty to do all that we can to ensure that any issues are resolved that would prevent a couple from getting to mikvah on time.  With years of experience in helping many, many couples, we will do our very best to ensure that your particular situation will get the customized solution it needs to be resolved quickly and efficiently!

``I was just diagnosed with … How will this affect my cycle and our chances of conceiving?``

Not knowing how different diagnoses affect different areas of life can be more difficult than the diagnosis itself!  At Beiseinu Our Home, we are up-to-date with a variety of treatments and symptom management for a variety of OB/GYN related issues.  No two issues are the same and we aim to provide multiple options to ensure that whatever path is decided on, it’s the one that is right for you.  We will stay with you throughout the process and if there are any questions or concerns, know that we are only a phone call away. You need not worry; this journey of yours will not be traveled alone and we will attempt to assist to the best of our ability, every…step…of…the…way!

``B’’H we just had a baby not so long ago. I haven’t been to mikva yet and I find that I am still bleeding and staining. Is there a problem?``

Mazel tov on the recent birth!  May you have lots of nachas and simcha!  We understand that after the all the rushing, preparations, and hosting for the simchos have past, you are just trying to get back into the flow of your daily life.  A big part of that is verifying if there may be an obstacle in getting to mikva and ensuring it is prevented and taken care of.  Whether it’s your first birth or tenth, no two postpartum times are the same, and neither are the solutions to whatever the situation calls for.  We will work with you to make this period of time as smooth as possible and ensure that you can get back to focusing on your family.


``We got a heter from our Rov to go on birth control. Which one is best for me?``

Choosing the right birth control can be challenging.  With over 170 types of oral contraceptive available, the dosages constantly changing, and new ones replacing older types, the decision is not an easy one to make.  And that doesn’t include the other types of contraceptives.  Furthermore, most doctors are unaware of the ramifications that different contraceptives have for a frum couple.  At Beiseinu Our Home, we believe that you should be as well-equipped as possible to make a decision for yourselves as to which one to choose.  After you’ve received a heter from your Rov, we work with you trying to find out which one would work best for your particular set of circumstances, which would meet your lifestyle and the halachic requirements.  We lay out the facts so that you can make the best decision possible for yourselves.  But we don’t stop there!  Many times we are contacted with issues relating to the contraceptive that a couple is currently using.  Whether it’s staining, hormonal issues, or anything else that is believed to be caused by a contraceptive, we will work on finding a solution that best meets your needs!

``I can’t put my finger on it, but something just doesn’t seem right…``

Intimacy dysfunction is extremely disruptive to a frum home.  It often leaves couples feeling helpless and being victims to their situation, with no one to turn to and an extreme discomfort, to say the least, with discussing this situation with their Rov or anyone they know.  Beiseinu Our Home is in the middle of networking with and building a database of medical and psychological professionals so that there can be a safe address to turn to for couples who are experiencing this unfortunate situation.  While you remain completely anonymous, we will try our best to help couples work through their situation and bring simcha back into the home.


``We have been married for a while now and, unfortunately, have not yet been blessed with children…``

There are few things that are more painful in life than waiting for a positive on the pregnancy testWith all the wonderful organizations helping out couples in this area, we too would like to offer assistance and do our part in helping achieve the goal of parenthood.  Our expertise lies in helping guide couples through the process of attempting to find the source of the issue, what testing may need to be done, and what will need to be done once there is a direction to go.  Whether is difficulty conceiving, high-risk pregnancy, secondary infertility, or multiple miscarriages r’’l, you should not have to go through this alone and we are here to help as best as we can.  And if a situation requires more than we can currently provide, then we will ensure that you will be referred to the best available person.