Just Go Pee! - page 4

There are 280 million people in the United States. Of those it is estimated that 13 million are incontinent. I started a poll on this BB asking about GU problems that nurses have. I am very... Read More

  1. by   teeituptom
    Howdy Yall
    from deep in the heart of texas

    There comes a time in every persons life. Where you just have to stand back, look at the world, and everything around you
    and it is time to proclaim.

    OH ,,, PISS ON IT ALL

    Best kept in the short grass yall
    teeituptom
  2. by   illya
    i go pee at work since i had melloe yellow spots on my white scrub pants.
  3. by   Huganurse
    This is too funny....Don't let this thread die yet! From me to all of you! :chuckle
    Last edit by Huganurse on Jun 30, '02
  4. by   Fervous
    It's hard enough to go once during your shift. But I always make time. My problem is that there is this little bundle of joy in my belly that likes to use my bladder as a jumping ball. I usually end up going to the bathroom 4-5 a shift. It's hard to tell the pt or the family that they're going to have to wait a few minutes while I relieve myself, fortunately though, most are understanding. And if it's something that can't wait and I can't either, that's what my colleagues are for. We are all very good about helping each other out, no matter what the situation is.
  5. by   nursejer
    Ok in my opinion, we nurses do not have a problem with time management, or put urinating low on the priority list. We simply tell ourselves, ok I have to go pee and then we get distracted and forget for that moment, until we have to pee so bad that we our eyes are turning yellow and we are secretly thinking of a good way to disguise the yellow stains on our WHITE scrubs when we lose it.
    But at the same time, we have to be good to ourselves too. This was kind of a silly topic wasn't it? :chuckle
  6. by   wildfire11
    It's not a matter of time management. It's a matter of taking care of your own health. If you have to go, then ask someone to watch your patients and go. I agree, if I am in the middle of someone having chest pain or starting a drip or hanging blood, then I won't leave and I will have to hold it. But I make it a point to go at least three or four times a shift, I am not good to a patient if I am out with a UTI.

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