How is it dangerous to hold going to the bathroom?
It is quite dangerous to hold going to the bathroom because you could be more likely to get several types of bladder infections from urine that is held for a long period of time. You are also more likely to have bathroom accidents from holding urine.
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How do I personally? Well...when i want to urinate :) I go into the restroom close the door while turning on a light if needed. Walk to the toilet; while standing and facing t…he toilet bowl, clear the path for my urine to enter into the toilet. Then I relax and urinate into the center of the toilet bowl. Upon completion you do a "shake" to make sure I am done. I then flush the toilet. Then I return my pants to the state it would be in if i were in public. Then I wash my hands at the sink. Dry them somehow. Turn the lights off. Then I exit the bathroom/restroom.Now if I want to exercise a "number 2": the excretion process/eliminating the solid wastes(feces) from the anus; Enter the bathroom/restroom, turn on the lights AND the VENT or open a window. Next: I would pull my pants down to my ankles make sure the path is clear from my anus to the center of the toilet bowl(where water should be) then I relax and push any fecal matter near the exit hole of the anus:) upon completion I use Toilet paper(TP) and tear off the required amount to wipe the area where any residue from the feces might be. When wiped clean with the Tp I stand up flush and pull up my pants and return them to the state where I wouldn't be embarrassed in public. I wash my hands at the sink and dry them somehow. Give myself a "high-five" or a pat on the back. Then exit the bathroom/restroom leaving it in the state I found it in(only turning off the vent or closing the window if the need is no longer there, or spray some kind of air freshener.
I would not eat anything that grew in my bathroom. Ickk. Mushrooms are as safe as the spores they were grown from and the environment they were grown in.
You will go to the bathroom when you are ready to. I hope you makeit peaceful.
Yo u have to go to the bathroom because it flushes out your system so if you didn't go to the bathroom you would be likely to get an infection where you would have to go to th…e bathroom 24/7 and if you don't go to the bathroom its going to be pushing down on your bladder and that's another way to get an infection!. also you might explode jk you know nevermind...
Have you ever had to go to the bathroom while sitting in class and the teacher wouldn't let you go? If you answered "yes", then read on! Using the bathroom is something that… we all gotta do. In fact, it is a basic human need like eating, breathing and sleeping that keeps us alive and healthy. Yet, how many times in school have you been forced to "hold it"? It is very common for kids in school to be denied the right to use the bathroom. Some teachers restrict bathroom use to a certain time of day or between classes. The problem is, what if your body decides that it needs to go at other times? Some teachers believe that kids should have to "hold it", even if that means suffering, squirming and not being able to pay attention to school work! What about adults who go to work and school? Are they allowed to use the bathroom? The parts of the government that deal with labor laws say yes. Labor laws state that employers must allow workers to use the bathroom. In the past, workers have sued employers that refused to allow them to use the bathroom. The courts ruled in their favor. Adults who go back to school to continue their education are allowed to get up and leave class whenever they need to get a drink or use the bathroom. They do not have to ask permission. So, if adults are guaranteed the right to use the bathroom, why are kids in elementary, middle and high school denied that right everyday? The main reason seems to be that many teachers want to maintain control over kids- YOU- even if that means controlling your bodily functions. Most teachers want their classrooms to run smoothly, with few disruptions. Some teachers feel that it is a disruption to allow kids to perform bodily functions such as getting drinks of water or using the bathroom. Many teachers argue that the main reason they have strict bathroom policies is to control the occurrence of kids who use the bathroom pass as a chance to get out of class. Some teachers feel that young people should use the bathroom only between classes or during the times when the teacher sends everyone to use the bathroom. However, are these good enough reasons for not allowing you the right to use the bathroom when YOUR body decides that it needs to eliminate waste? Defiantly not! It can actually be a danger to your health if someone is forcing you to "hold it". The most common health risk is that you could develop a urinary tract infection. Infections are serious business. If not treated properly, they can cause damage to your body. Urinary tract infections develop when bacteria collects in urine that has been sitting around in the bladder for awhile. If you are forced repeatedly to "hold it", it may put you at risk for other serious problems, including over-stretching of the bladder muscles and kidney failure from the bladder pressure. A teacher forcing you to "hold it" is not healthy for your intestines, either. Doctors who specialize in problems with the intestines know that it is important to use the bathroom when your intestines first give you the urge. If you are not allowed to use the bathroom when you get the urge, your intestines are put at risk for constipation. Constipation can be very painful, causing intense belly cramps. It can set your body up for difficulties in being able to go to the bathroom regularly. If constipation gets serious enough, it can result in a bowel obstruction. A bowel obstruction occurs when your intestinal tract becomes blocked, and waste cannot move itself along. This is dangerous, very painful, and must be treated at the hospital. Again, forcing kids to hold their waste is NOT a healthy thing to do! It puts you at risk for health problems. It also causes your brain to start to ignore the signals in your bladder and intestines that tell you that it is time to use the bathroom. If you ignore these natural signals, your bladder and intestines must fill up fuller and fuller before you notice and get to a bathroom. Okay, so now you know that adults have the legal right to use the bathroom when they need to at work and in school. You know that it is unhealthy for the body to be forced to hold in waste. What can you do to exercise your right to keep your body healthy and perform bodily functions? First, try to talk to your parents. It might seem embarrassing at first, but it is important that your parents know that your teacher is denying you use of the bathroom. Your parents may have had teachers that didn't allow them to use the bathroom when they were in elementary, middle or high school, and may be willing to help you. Show them this article and talk to them about the health risks if they don't take you seriously. Second, try talking to your teacher in private. Calmly express your concerns. Talk to your teacher about how you are not able to concentrate in class when you have to go to the bathroom. Talk to your teacher about the legal and health issues discussed in this article. If your teacher tells you that she or he worries that kids might abuse the bathroom pass, suggest solutions. For example, if someone misuses the bathroom pass, they must use the bathroom in the nurse's office and have the nurse sign a pass for one week (Never suggest that that kid should lose the right to use the bathroom!). Third, speak to the school principal if your teacher will not change the bathroom policy. If this does not work, as a last resort, get a note from your doctor stating that you are free to use the bathroom whenever you need to. Kids should not need to get doctor's notes to perform bodily functions. However, as a last resort, it works! You have a right to perform basic bodily functions. If you live in a state where it is illegal to hit and inflict other forms of pain on students, school staff are not allowed to force pain on you- even if it is bladder and bowel pain. If you find yourself needing to use the bathroom, and the teacher will not give you permission, get up, leave class and go to the bathroom, anyway. When you return, explain that it is unhealthy for you to hold in your waste and that you want to keep your body healthy. You may receive detentions or other consequences for this action, but explain respectfully that you are standing up for your right to bodily integrity. Share this article with your friends. Start a petition around school stating that students should have the right to use the bathroom whenever they need to use it. Collect as many signatures as you can, including from adults who are willing to help you. Then, make several copies of the petition and submit it to the principal and to the school board. Bring this issue to the student council if you have one, or write about it in the school newspaper. If you are an older student, call your town's local newspaper and tell them about this problem, or submit a Letter to the Editor discussing this issue. So, now you have some choices the next time your teacher says "no" when you ask to use the bathroom. Using the bathroom is necessary in order to stay healthy. It is a human right. Performing bodily functions such as eating, breathing and using the bathroom is not a privilege. It is a right. YOUR right! Note: If there is any adult (teacher, parent, caretaker or school staff) that is continually putting your health at risk by not allowing you to use the bathroom; if you feel your health is at risk and if you are unable to get another adult to help you, then you have a right to get help from an agency that protects young people under the age of 18 from abuse and neglect. You can get the phone number for a child protection agency from the operator or from your school guidance counselor.
DO NOT USE ANYTHING CONNECTED TO MAINS ELECTRICITY IN THE BATHROOM. This includes anything connected to the mains via a low voltage power supply. However, a radio powered only… by its own batteries should not hurt you, although the radio may be seriously damaged by water or steam.
sit down and push!!!!!!!
it is dangerous because you might get an electrical shock
girls go in the bathroom they go to the back pick a stall and lock it there is a toilet in front of you then turn around unbutton your pants and unzip your pants then you pull… your pants down then pull your panties down
If there is water in the bathroom and you are using something electric it, you could drop it in the water and electrocute yourself :D
Yes, because you can get an infection "down there." It can also be a problem in terms of body odor.
I can, the real question is, cant you?
In Digestive System
You don't need to go to the bathroom with someone, But if you need help, Or are scared, Or have any issue or problems, Then yes, You can go to the bathroom with someone. Make …sure to not go to the bathroom with a stranger, Only someone you know. Usually this might happen at a mall. Or a restraunt. In any case, If this does happen, Say "Sorry, Here, You can go in this bathroom." And walk to a bathroom that is open. Watch out, If the stranger ask's a question/question(s) Don't answer them, Just say "Sorry, But i don't wanna answer that question" Step away from them and go somewhere else. Make sure you don't say "Oh, Theres someone waiting for me though, I got to go." This makes them wanna take you. But if you want someone to go to the bathroom with you, Then ask someone you know. This is usually when you need help. The person you asked that you know should then come into the bathroom/stall with you and ask what you need help with. If you don't need help, They'll say, Want me to stay in here with you, Or go? I can always wait for you. But if you do need help, They should help you. Never go to the bathroom with someone you don't know. Don't go to a bathroom with poo, Pee, Or toilet paper in it, As it could be someone nasty who didn't flush when they left.
In Shocks and Struts
Possibly. If it's a hot water radiator part of your home heating network, then no worries. If it is an electric heater, you run the risk of shorting the heater if the intern…als get wet. This damages the heater and can cause a shock. If you have a GFI plug in the bathroom (a plug with a little reset button on it) you reduce the risk of shock, but damage to the unit can still occur. If it is a gas heater, you must have good ventillation (an open window will not be enough) otherwise you will fill up the bathroom with exhaust fumes, making it difficult to remain alive for extended periods of time. Simply put, don't put an external heater in a bathroom.
In Urinary System
Is it scary to have a full bladder and you don't have time to go to the bathroom and you have to hold it until you get to the church?
After we digest something, our body is urging us to go to get theyuckys out.