Depends on your definition of 'sanitary'. It may soil and stain your clothes for instance, and it would then be unsanitary not to wash them. On the other hand, people who would otherwise have died of thirst have been known to have survived by drinking their own urine, which indeed can be done quite safely.
No, there are no transferable diseases from urine between one human to another. However, you can catch a disease from drinking rat urine.
Human urine left unflushed in a toilet room can sting and burn the eyes. It will burn skin too if one isn't careful on cleaning practices. It can't be good to smell the ammonia in it either. Urine on a wall will eventually cause mold.
actually yes, however not recommended, it is filtered by your kidneys the same as water or any other substance, it will provide a temporary form of hydration.
Its not really the urine itself as it is anything that has been digested in the urine that may be toxic.
No, I don't think so. In fact, Urine is so clean, you can drink it! Just... don't. 5% is urea(Protein Waste), and 95% is actually water! So I don't think so. Ask your doctor.
Urine and faeces
Catheter urine is more "sanitary" than regular urine. Because it is collected from the bladder, and doesn't "touch" the external skin, it is less prone to skin contamination.
Urine is completely sanitary if fresh. I don't see what your partner has to do with it, or why you would touch there urine, but you don't have to worry.hope this helped.
this is because it is sanitary and they like the taste.
It isn't. Cat urine is not fluorescent, and it does not glow in the dark. I'm not sure where this myth comes from. Cat urine is yellow, like human urine. To the naked eye, it is indistinguishable from human urine, except for the smell. Cat urine is ammonia-based (unlike human urine) so it smells of ammonia.
No, this is not normal. You shouldn't be using a pad if not menstruating, also you should never have urine on your sanitary pad - are you sure this is urine and not discharge? If this is urine then you either need to wipe yourself better after using the bathroom or you need to see your doctor as you may be experiencing urinary incontinence.
You cannot get any diseases from human urine. In fact, human urine is sterile and so it cannot carry any diseases.
Dog urine is definitely not cleaner than human urine. Both types of urine are equally as dirty because they are full of harmful bacteria.
Normally human urine has a pH of about 6 which makes it an acid. However if something is not right the pH of urine can be higher or lower which could make the urine basic but this is not normal.
Yes, human urine is a good compost activator, particularly when diluted with 3 parts water to 1 part urine.
Human urine does not contain ammonia. But animal urine can contain ammonia.