Does the blessing of Asher Yatzar (normally said upon using the bathroom) apply in other situations. For example in passing a kidney or gallstone? A woman who's water breaks or passes her mucus plug? ...
If someone has one of the small "pocket benschers" that slide into his wallet, is it a problem for him to walk into the bathroom with his wallet in his pocket?
Are you supposed to say the bracha al netilas yadayim after doing negel vasser after waking up or going to the bathroom?
If you forgot to say Asher Yotzar and remember a while later, is there a time limit as to when you are allowed to say it?
Two questions: One is not allowed to eat in a restroom. Does this apply to actually putting food into one's mouth or merely having food in one's mouth? If I am chewing gum and want to go to the ...
Is there any problem with reciting a b'racha (or other devarim shebikedusha) underneath a second-floor bathroom?