Stress/Incont Nurses - page 2
I created this in Poll form so we would be able to get an actual idea of how bad this problem really is! It is sprouted from the poll about bathroom policy. Medically speaking we all know the... Read More
May 5, '02You're so right, Huganurse.
I've got a different sort of problem. I've still got the uterus, although I'm not fond of it. I don't exactly have stress incontinence or quite urge incontinence.... exactly.
I have "sight of a potty" incontinence. Sometimes, even if I don't FEEL like I have to go that bad, when I actually get in the same room with the potty and if I look at it, sometimes I can't very effectively "hold it." What's up with that. Sometimes turning around whilst I unzip etc. and just telling myself "no. no. no. no." kind of helps.
So if you're in a stall at the mall or someplace and there's a lady a couple of stalls down, muttering "no. no. no. no." that's prolly me.
May 7, '02I was once relieved... odd word choice, given the subject matter....um replaced on duty....by a new male nurse. It was the first time I had met him. He came up to my desk with a shocked look on his face and in hushed tones announced, "They found a body in the parking lot! No ID but they know it was a nurse!" I asked how they knew that and he answered, "Because the bladder was full and the posterior area had been chewed out!"
May 7, '02On & off over the years have had a variety of incontinence issues from NurseDennie's "potty sight'' to nightowl's "bronchitis cough". And prn nurse, I have heard the same lecture from the docs about the hysterectomy, which I haven't yet had. But when I read TIREDmidnightRN's story about the body in the parking lot being a nurse it reminded me of the ped who hugged me around the middle and wanted to know what the crinkly noise was...my Depends.