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How to Hold in Pee when You Can't Use the Toilet: Having to hold in urine may be difficult and can be unpleasant. If you find yourself without acceptable facilities, privacy, time, or opportunity, there are some techniques you can try. The steps listed under “Holding in Urine” are techniques you can try when faced with having to hold in urine. These are only a set of suggestions and are not supported by scientific studies. Some, all, or none of them may work for you at different times
1.Visualize closing your urethra. Your urethra is the opening to the outside through which urine exits your body. Imagine squeezing muscles surrounding the urethra while allowing your other muscles to relax. These are the same muscle you would squeeze if you were trying to stop a stream of urine. Relax the pelvis and abdomen to avoid placing additional pressure on the bladder.
2.Reposition your body. You may have to do this several times while holding in urine. Different positions can relieve some of the pressure on your-bladder, making it easier to hold in urine.Don't press on the lower part of your abdomen. It will put more pressure on your bladder.
3.Pass gas, if you have to. The buildup of gas in your intestines can place pressure on your bladder. Alleviating this pressure by passing gas may make you feel more comfortable and may allow you to hold in urine longer.
4.Stay-warm. Make yourself as warm as you can by covering up with blankets, turning up the heater, or curling your body closer together. There is a phenomenon called cold diuresis, wherein acute exposure to the cold causes an urge to urinate.
5.Avoid jarring or shaking your body. This can put pressure on your bladder and make you uncomfortable.
• Stay sitting, if sitting. Too much movement can jar your bladder and make you uncomfortable. If you find yourself in a comfortable position, stay there until it becomes uncomfortable and you need to reposition-yourself.
• Avoid changing positions too suddenly, and tense, abrupt, or sudden-movement.
• Keep movements as fluid and graceful as possible when you walk or perform other activities.
6.Minimize drinking anything while you need to pee. Drink enough to maintain normal hydration, but avoid anything unnecessary.
7.Think of a distraction. Avoid any thoughts about urinating, water, or toilets.
• Don't have an internal debate about urinating versus holding it in.
• Do not think about using the restroom until you are actually there.
• Do not think about urinating as soon as you reach the restroom. You may begin to urinate before you have time to remove your pants and underwear
8.Don't believe that letting a little bit of urine out will help. It won't. Letting a little bit of urine out is virtually impossible more often than not your bladder won't stop after just that little-bit, and you'll succeed in peeing your pants.
9.Don't laugh or think about anything funny. Laughing might cause you to contract muscles that put more pressure on your bladder. Avoid friends and situations that may cause you to laugh.
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