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Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question: i dont have access to a mikvah and i need to go...what should i do?
Answer: Assuming you are a married woman finishing the 7 clean days after being a Nidda, you should make every effort to locate the closest reliable mikva even if it is inconvenient. Under extreme circumstances an ocean or other natural body of water may sometimes be used, but there are many detailed Halachos involved and it is not at all recommended.
posted:2009-06-09 08:56:00

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