Is there a grace period as to how many times a person may relieve himself in an allotted amount of time and the recitation of Asher Yatzar? As in, one using the bathroom say three times in 10 minutes; Will they be obligated to recite three berakhos?


Given that even one drop of urine is enough to require a bracha, Is there a minimum amount of urine that is considered “Going to the bathroom” for the purpose of making a blessing?, then each time one goes would require a separate bracha. Note that Asher Yatzar on numerous occasions explains that while one should say the bracha each time, if one neglects to say the bracha between times, one should only say the bracha once for all previous times.

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