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Constantly having to go.

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  • Posted By: nojaculate
  • September 28, 2013
  • 11:06 AM

I always have to urinate. Even when I make sure to precautionarily urinate before any acitivity where I won't be able to get to a toilet I end up having to go. When I'm out I have to constantly interrupt what I'm doing to find a bathroom. Many times I've had to go in my pants becuase I won't whip it out and do it outdoors for fear of being caught by police. I have peed in my pants a lot. I've taken to wearing undergarments now in situations where I can't get to a toilet. On a commuter bus, for example, I must wear undergarments because I will **** before I can get to a bathroom. I do drink a lot of coffee and water but i Know people who do and they don't go half the number of times I do. I've tried full voiding, letting it drip out completely. I make trips many times before it becomes urgent. I'm constantly running into stores and the bathoooms are always all the way in the back. It's exhausting running to mens rooms all the time. When I go into nyc I have to bring depends and wear them because in nyc one cannot easily find a bathroom anywhere. Same thing in other cities. When I'm in a car we have to stop many times. On a long distance bus I'm constantly getting up and the other passengers notice and look and laugh and comment and I'm sick of it. I take terazosan every night but my life career is urinating. It just doesn't stop!! I must produce a tankfull of **** daily.

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