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Halacha - Nida
Submitted by Yosef  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Answer: After she stops bleeding and counts seven clean days she is no longer a nidda, until then she is. If the baby was a girl, then she cannot conclude her 7 clean days until 14 days have passed from the birth, but it is nearly impossible before then anyways. Mi'Deoraisa she is tahora even earlier, but for hundreds of years we do not rely on dam tohar.
posted:2008-07-03 16:35:38

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