Peeing in the shower is one of those things a lot of people have done at some point but may be reluctant to admit. It makes such perfect sense on a practical level, though! You also may have heard that urine is sterile, so you can pee on yourself with abandon and still technically be clean. Here, experts weigh in on this pressing question. Your pee is mostly water, according to the Mayo Clinic.
How I Learned To Stop Peeing 20 Times a Day
How to Hold Your Pee When There’s No Bathroom in Sight
Do you have to pee right now? If so, answer these questions. By the time we are done I'm sure you will be dry. It's not that long anyway!
Tips, Tricks, and Exercises to Control Your Bladder
No matter how careful she is, no matter how her bigass purse teems with delicate, fluttery paper products and hand lotion and tampons and aspirin and band aids, there will come a time in every woman's life when she's faced with a desperate pee situation. A toilet will be clogged, a bathroom inaccessible, the line for the bar's commode buzzing with bug-eyed coke users who can't wait to spend 10 minutes in there jabbering about how they're best friends now and isn't this music awesome? She will have to take a piss in a place that isn't a traditional sit-down toilet situation, and so will you. Here's how to do it without getting pee all over yourself, getting arrested, or accidentally urinating for an audience.
If you find you have to go a lot more frequently, learning how to hold your pee can help. Holding your pee for too long can be harmful for you. It can allow excess bacteria to build up in your bladder and can contribute to urinary tract infections.