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If you say the bracha of Hamapil then you have to go bathroom, after you go bathroom are you permitted to say the bracha?

Why yes or why no?

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Yes you are allowed.Kitzur Shulchan Aruch says so. You do not repeat shema or hamapil. Sh"t Yechave data 4:21, Sh"t Tzitz Eliezer 7:27, Sh"t beer Moshe 1:63.

If you forget to say maariv or kidush levana. You can wake up to say the say them both. You do not repeat the Beracha either.

Do not repeat anything if you have to say asher yatzar. Normally, a yid (Jew) who is yiras shamayim should make sure he does not have to use the bathroom before sleeping and davening.

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Source please, Reb Dovid. –  Avrohom Yitzchok Aug 7 at 21:09
    
Sh"t Yechave data 4:21, Sh"t Tzitz Eliezer 7:27, Sh"t beer Moshe 1:63 –  Dovid Benizri Aug 8 at 0:25
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If you forget to say maariv or kidush levana. You can wake up to say the beracha even you said the beracha –  Dovid Benizri Aug 8 at 0:26
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Do not repeat anything if you have to say asher yatzar. Normally, a yid who is yiras shamayim should make sure he does not have to use the bathroom before sleeping and davening –  Dovid Benizri Aug 8 at 0:42
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If you have any more questions on this topic feel free to ask. –  Dovid Benizri Aug 8 at 1:32

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