Peeing in a bathtub

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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. However, it can contain a bunch of other stuff, too, Stephanie Kielb, M.

Is It OK to Pee in the Shower? It Depends

Is It OK to Pee in the Shower? Benefits and Possible Risks

Of all the grossest things that we humans can do, peeing in the shower perhaps makes it to the top ten on the list. Sure, it might not be as gross as peeing in the pool—but it is gross nonetheless. Or is it? What if we were to tell you that relieving yourself while you take a bath is more hygienic than you thought it was. Oh, and peeing in the shower is good for the environment too! So even if you have a cut or wound on your feet or legs—the chances of your urine giving you an infection is next to nil. Your urine is mostly water In healthy people, urine is mostly made of water, electrolytes, and urea—which is just waste your body is excreting.

What to Do When a Child Poops or Pees in the Bathtub

Even potty-trained children can get distracted and poop or pee in a nice warm bath. When that happens, the immediate question is how to handle a very gross situation quickly. The next question is whether pee or poop in the tub is dangerous.
Peeing in the shower may be something you do from time to time without giving it much thought. Despite rumors to the contrary, urine is not sterile. It can contain dozens of different types of bacteria, including Staphylococcus and Streptococcus , which are associated with staph infections and strep throat, respectively. However, bacteria counts are relatively low in healthy urine, though they may be much higher if you have a urinary tract infection UTI.