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Halacha - Mikva/Shower for Men?
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Answer: He is considered a ba'l keri, but there is no obligation according to most opinions to go tho the mikva. However, many consider it praiseworthy. He should clean himself well and wash his hands three times each similar to nagel vaser before saying a beracha or davening.
posted:2008-08-09 22:53:13

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