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We have seen that even today, despite modern water closets, we should avoid saying the blessing Asher Yatzar in the bathroom after relieving ourselves. We have also seen that we may have some flexibility with the timing. Still, ideally when should be say the blessing? Right after leaving the bathroom while walking to the faucet? When pouring the water on our hands? After having poured water on our hands? How does it affect the timing if a sink is only available in the bathroom?

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    "Right after leaving the bathroom while walking to the faucet? When pouring the water on our hands?" how can you say a beracha if your hands are considering filthy after relieving yourself? – robev Dec 1 '20 at 5:55
  • @robev This may be the first part of your answer! – Kazi bácsi Dec 1 '20 at 7:48

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