Thursday, December 2, 2010

Some Cheap Medical Advice

Based upon a recent encounter in the Troop Medical Clinic, a few thoughts.

Empty your bladder before going to bed, even if the latrine is 50 yards away and it's cold. If you're not willing to do that, find a plastic bottle larger than twelve ounces to urinate in. If you're not willing to do that, work on stopping your flow using the muscles in your pelvis, because even though your junk is made of tissue capable of flexibity and expansion, it isn't suited to containing the force generated by suddenly clamping off the urethra while you switch bottles. And if you're suddenly peeing bloody urine immediately after doing so, then no, you don't have an acute onset UTI or renal cancer. You've only torn your urethra.

Enjoy urinating for the next several days.


Sisu said...


George Melcher said...

At her young age, my daughter has already UTI. I'm not sure how did it started but, I think it's hereditary since, my wife also has it. Thankfully, she recovered easily because of the medications she's taken in the past few days. These medicines were developed through NIR technology, which makes it more effective and yet, has passed the safety standards as well.