portable urinal

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Date Joined Jul 2009
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   Posted 7/16/2009 5:27 PM (GMT -6)   
I just wanted to give some help to those who have to worry about pulling over or going in their pants. Ive done both on several occassions and its very humiliating and embarrassing, and ruined my whole day and caused me to have anxiety attacks afterwards. My mom is a RN and she felt so bad for me she went to the local riteaide and bout me a urinal. It has helped tremendously. I keep it in my car with a trash bag on it at all times. Ive actually had to use it while driving. No more pulling over for me. I just pull down my pants when the urgency hits, lift up my stirring wheel all the way and sit on it with a jacket or blanket covering my lap. Then i just pull into a parking lot and get out my toliet paper and wipes and febreeze out of my backpack and clean myself up. If im able to make it i just pull into a parking lot and jump into my backseat and my windows are tinted and i go and clean myself up. Its a God send. It was only ten dollars and its big enough to sit on and go without stool getting on you. Ive been living with uc for over 20 years and have so many horror stories about pulling over and going in my pants and my heart goes out to all of us who have to live with and cope with this chronic diesease. I hope this helps, give it a try, its helped me so much just knowing i have it with me in my car. Takes alot of the anxiety out of getting in the car and going somewhere. God bless you all and your all in my prayers.

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Date Joined Feb 2005
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   Posted 7/16/2009 6:44 PM (GMT -6)   
Zip lock container, with plastic bag lined it. When you have to go, slide under you(most cars it looks like your just re arranging yourself in the seat. Go. Take bag out and dispose of. Repeat if needed. The rectangle shallow ones are best.
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