If the husband is guilty of a sin the Mei Sotah will not affect his wife. (1)
The Mei Sotah affects both the Sotah and the Bo'el.
A Sotah is forbidden to her husband and to the Bo'el.
The Kohen notifies the Sotah that the stomach is stricken first followed by the thigh. (2)
A Sotah is prohibited from eating Terumah. (3)
A divorcee may eat Terumah but she may not marry a Kohen. (4)
A Sotah may not marry a Kohen.
If a married woman had relations with another man b'Shogeg or b'Ones she is permitted to her husband. (5)
A Safek Tum'ah in Reshus ha'Yachid is Tamei if the object of the Safek has Da'as. (6)
A Safek Tum'ah in Reshus ha'Rabim is Tahor.
A BIT MORE
1. If he had relations with his wife after the Setirah the Mei Sotah will not have any affect.
2. Even though in one of the Pesukim it states the thigh first, however the water affects the Sotah as it goes down her throat and it first goes into the stomach before going into her thigh.
3. Even if she is a Bas Kohen or the wife of a Kohen.
4. If a divorcee is a Bas Kohen and she does not have any children from a non-Kohen she may go back to eating Terumah after she is divorced.
5. However if she is married to a Kohen she is prohibited to her husband.
6. If the object of the Safek does not have Da'as a Safek Tum'ah is Tahor even in Reshus ha'Yachid.