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Miscellaneous - condoms
Submitted by john  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question: We were told by my orthodox rabbi that we could go on birth control for the time being since we just had a kid. we r wondering if we could use condoms during this period
Answer:

A condom should not be used except in situation of direct danger to the mother's life and only under approval of your Rabbi. The Pill is the ideal form of birth control, when not possible an IUD or diaphragm would be the next best alternatives.

posted:2008-12-09 00:08:38


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