Emerson White wrote:It is not sterile. Blood is sterile inside your veins (mostly), but anything that opens to the outside world (other than your urinary tract is unlikely to be sterile, that's why TSS happen, Staph. naturally living in the body feeds off the blood in the tampon and populations build to massive levels over the course of 12 hours and the toxins produced go in through the mucus membrane. Incidentally everyone is constantly shedding retroviruses, even in their blood. They are everywhere, its best to avoid sharing bodily fluids with too many people.
Megan Elizabeth wrote:It's called....
Pee, as you would, but just outside, without a toilet.
L Anderson wrote:For those with the sideways problem, you might try this (gravity is your friend). Squat as far as comfortable (wide stance is more important than really deep squats). Bend from the waist, pushing your butt back and up. Yes, up. You are approaching peeing upside down. You want you pee to flow from the tip, so to speak. Try not to power pee.
If that doesn’t keep the pee where it belongs, try shifting one hip upwards (but don’t fall down). If that doesn’t work, don’t give up until you try shifting the other hip up.
That’s all I got. But, with my butt in the air, I can pee on a dime.