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PERVasive

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  1. Okay, so your estimate of accidents per year is like 1 accident per 20 years, so that would end up with 500 per minute. I think that's almost certainly low, since there are lots of adults who drink alcohol and have more frequent accidents. The point here is to get a sense of the order of magnitude, not the exact number. The more interesting thing IMO is that even if our assumptions are very conservative, there are still way more adult accidents than one per second. It's not even close! If you were to make a little click sound every time an adult somewhere peed their pants, it would happen too fast to hear individual clicks — it would sound like a continuous musical pitch. Whether it's a low or high pitch is hard to say, but it's unlikely to be either above or below human hearing. That's pretty remarkable, and mostly has to do with just how many people exist in the world. A billion is a huge, huge number!
  2. It's well within even a factor of 2, which is all that matters here.
  3. I enjoy Fermi estimates, so here is an omo themed one. There are about 7 billion people in the world. Of those, some are too young or old for us to consider them potty trained adults. If we imagine that population is evenly distributed by age, and people live to be 80, we can say that considering people from age 20 to 70 is 5/8 of the total population. Since 5 is a nice number, and 5/7 is close enough to 5/8, let's say there are 5 billion potty trained adults. Now, there are 365 days/year * 24 hours/day * 60 minutes/hour ≅ 500,000 minutes/year. This means if we assume the average potty trained adult has one accident per year, then every minute, somewhere in the world, 10,000 potty trained adults had an accident. (5x10⁹ people * 1 accidents per year / 5x10⁵ minutes per year= 10⁴ accidents per minute.) I'm sure you can see that adjusting any of these extremely rough estimates doesn't change the final answer that much. If potty trained adults have much better control, maybe the answer ends up being as low as 1,000 potty trained adults per minute having an accident, or maybe they have a lot of accidents, in which case it could be as high as 100,000 potty trained adults per minute having an accident. I for one quite enjoy knowing that we live in a world where every single minute, thousands of grown ups who should know better are helplessly making piss puddles.
  4. I don't enjoy male desperation by itself usually, but I like the combined male/female partner desperation.
  5. There are bathrooms but you're not allowed inside to use them. The staff don't let people who seem desperate enough that they might have an accident on the bathroom floor. Sorry, you waited too long so now you'll just have to hold it all in.
  6. If you're thirsty, you should drink. Whether you drink shouldn't have anything to do with whether you need to pee. If you end up needing to pee worse later, you can worry about that when it happens!
  7. I mean, who knows, even if there's a bathroom it could be closed or there could be a line!
  8. Well no matter what you should stick to your principles. If there's no bathroom, you just will have to hold it. It's good you're still drinking. You wouldn't want to let your bladder dictate your choices.
  9. Well it doesn't much matter either way because there's no bathrooms anywhere for you use. You might as well just not worry about it, drink as much as you want, and deal with whatever consequences happen later.
  10. If you're wondering maybe, the answer is yes drink more. But not all at once. I wouldn't worry about the effect on your bladder, just drink as much as you want.
  11. Definitely should drink a big glass of water, since coffee can be dehydrating.
  12. Maybe the restriction is more recent? Or maybe they started using different potty methods as a result of the Statute of Secrecy and underage ban?
  13. I originally wrote this and posted to Tumblr, but now that Tumblr is dead, I figured I might as well repost it here. Original article follows below: Holding pee is a relatively harmless activity, but like all sex acts it carries some risks, and it’s important to be educated about how to mitigate them. Please note I am not a doctor and this is not medical advice. For actual medical advice, or when in doubt, consult your doctor. If you have existing conditions that affect your kidneys or urinary tract, your risks may be different; please do your research. Bladder Rupture Fortunately, contrary to myth, merely holding your pee will not cause your bladder to literally burst! Your body will eventually pee involuntarily. That said, if bladder rupture were to occur due to injury, illness, or physical blockage, it would be extremely dangerous, and potentially lethal. Never, ever use any device to block your urethra or prevent yourself from peeing! While holding, avoid any situation where there is a risk of physical trauma to your bladder. Kidney Damage Urine backing up to your kidneys is unlikely, but potentially serious. If you are healthy, this should never happen just from holding your pee. If you ever feel pain low in your sides instead of in your bladder or muscles, put the scene on pause and take care of your body. If you can’t get the pain to stop, pee. If it still doesn’t stop after you pee, or if you feel ill, seek medical attention. You can reduce the risk of this by avoiding clothing or body positions that physically push the contents of your bladder upwards. Hydration Kidneys try to keep the concentration of electrolytes in your blood stable, so the more salt and sugar you consume, the less pee you make, and the more water you drink, the more pee you make. (This is obviously a big oversimplification.) Kidneys produce a maximum of about 1L of pee an hour. There is literally no point to drinking more than that from an omorashi perspective. The more you exceed your kidneys’ maximum operating capacity, the more you risk throwing off the chemical balance of your blood, which can be medically dangerous. If you feel nauseous, shivery, or just somehow not-quite-right, eat something salty and don’t drink more. Kidneys aren’t meant to operate at maximum capacity all the time. Drinking 1L/hr for more than a few hours at a time could carry health risks. Kidneys react slowly to changes in hydration. Particularly after an omorashi session, it is important to continue drinking plenty of fluids at a gradually decreasing rate. Your kidneys will still be working on overdrive, so if you stop drinking all at once, you risk dehydration. This is also why you may get quite thirsty after you’ve already drunk enough to fill your bladder. Most people are dehydrated in daily life, so when you begin an omorashi session, your first goal is to rehydrate your body and get your kidneys used to it. Hence, the “rapid desperation method” is exactly right about taking an hour or two to drink plenty of fluids before commencing the holding session. For pre- and especially post-session hydration, it is a good idea to drink fluids with electrolytes, such as juice, Gatorade, or Coke, since you want the fluids to go into rehydrating your body. For the holding session itself, water or tea is better, since it functions like a diuretic, making your kidneys filter more water out of your blood. Drinking large quantities of water can make you feel full and prevent you from being hungry. It is important to eat normally, so that you don’t upset your electrolyte balance. Eating can trigger a bowel urge; if that is something you want to avoid, try to go before you hold your pee, and eat foods that affect your bowels less. Not eating isn’t a healthy strategy. Obviously for those of us who welcome the mess, we can do the reverse. Urinary Tract Infections UTIs are one of the major risks of omorashi, because holding pee significantly increases the risk of getting a UTI. The more concentrated your urine — i.e. (generally) the more yellow it is — the higher the risk that holding could cause a UTI. This means it is a bad idea to hold your morning pee unless you drank a ton before bed and wake up totally bursting. It also means if you’ve been going about your day for six hours and start to need to pee, it’s probably a bad time to start holding it. Go pee, hydrate yourself, then start your hold. Not allowing your bladder to fully empty increases your chance of a UTI. Regaining control after a leak is part of the fun, but be aware of the risk if you have a major flood and stop yourself before fully emptying your bladder. Peeing after sex or ejaculation substantially reduces the risk of contracting a UTI, and it is a widely recommended habit even for vanilla folks. So save the sex until you’re ready to be done with holding your pee! If after a holding session you feel a bit of stinging and need to pee constantly, even when you’re empty, you might have a mild UTI. The best thing to do is wash yourself and drink plenty of fluids (which you should be doing anyway), and pee frequently in the potty. UTI symptoms are similar to many STDs. It ought to go without saying that if you are having partnered sex, you should regularly get tested for STDs. Mild UTIs are uncomfortable, but not that serious. If you take care of yourself, they should clear up pretty quickly within a few days. If it sticks around, gets worse, or you have other symptoms, seek medical attention. Naturally, take it easy on sex and holding for a few days after recovering from a UTI. Blueberries and cranberries are protective against UTIs. Also they are delicious. Cranberry juice is the perfect hydrating juice to accompany a holding session! Bladder Capacity and Control Human bladders are pretty much all the same size. Differences in capacity are due to reflexes, sensations, and muscle tone of the sphincters, the bladder itself, and the pelvis in general. The feeling of “I gotta go pee” is called micturition, and the amount of pee that triggers it can change a lot based on your habits. If you normally pee as soon as you need to go, you will feel like you need to go when your bladder only contains a couple hundred milliliters of pee. If you normally hold it for a while, you might not start feeling like you need to go until your bladder is twice that full. The fun part of omorashi starts when you need to pee, so it’s a good idea to make a habit of drinking plenty and peeing as soon as you need to go unless you’re in a holding session. That way, you will start feeling desperate sooner. You will often read that the human bladder can only hold 500-600 mL. Since many experienced omorashi players can easily hold 1L or more, this is probably a description of the point where the bladder is full and begins to stretch outwards. This may also be the point where involuntary reflexes to pee kick in. Don’t make a frequent long term habit of holding it until it’s an emergency. Holding to that point on a regular basis can over time cause the muscles that make up your bladder walls to become thicker, reducing your bladder’s ability to stretch and potentially causing very reduced bladder capacity. It can also affect your bladder reflexes, so that you don’t feel you need to pee until it is too late. While simulating incontinence is the whole point of omorashi, actual medical incontinence is a health risk to avoid. Strengthening your Kegel muscles is a good way to increase your ability to hold a full bladder, and it also makes for better orgasms. So particularly if you enjoy trying to beat your capacity record, the way to do it is with Kegel exercises. You want to strengthen your voluntary ability to hold, not weaken your involuntary urinary reflexes or your bladder itself. Learn how much you can hold before you pee involuntarily, and make sure to drink more than that whenever you hold. It both stresses your bladder walls and increases your risk of UTI to hold a mostly full bladder for a long time. Even if you don’t enjoy wetting, it’s important for desperation play to have an endgame. Rashes and Cleanup Healthy urine is more or less sterile when it leaves your body, so getting it on your skin is harmless. When exposed to the air, however, the urea in pee starts turning into ammonia and it starts attracting bacteria. Both the ammonia and the bacteria aren’t the nicest things to have against your damp skin. If you keep your pee soaked clothes on for hours, you may get a rash. If you are well hydrated, and to a lesser extent if your diet is low in protein, your pee will contain less urea. So if you like staying in your pee puddle for a long time, it’s extra important for you to pee clear. If you make a habit of changing clothes and drying off after wetting yourself, and you are well hydrated, you can probably avoid a rash even if you don’t shower immediately. This is good news for the folks who like to smell of pee. If you do get a rash, the thing to do is gently but thoroughly wash the area with soap and water. Moisturizing baby lotion can also help. Try to keep the area dry while it heals. If the rash seems serious or you worry it may be infected, seek medical attention. Let’s be honest, most of us don’t do our pissy laundry immediately. Especially for those of us who have to use a shared laundry or laundromat, it often has to sit for a few days. If the laundry is going to have to wait, it’s a good idea to rinse your peed clothes immediately in clean water. That way, you’re less likely to end up with an ammonia smell in your home, or clothes that still smell after you wash them. Holding Techniques, etc. Staying still, particularly lying down or sleeping, triggers the hormones and reflexes that keep you from getting a full bladder or peeing in your sleep. So doing that will help you hold it literally as long as possible. Most omorashi players are more interested in the desperate feeling and loss of control, however, and for us it is better to keep the urinary reflexes awake with mild physical activity. Getting up to walk around or doing a vigorous potty dance will bring you to the brink of a genuine accident sooner. That’s great because it reduces your UTI risk, causes less stiffness in your bladder muscles in the long run, and fits more easily in your busy schedule! The feeling of wetness against the skin of your perineum can trigger the reflex to pee, so if you want to find out just how bad you really are at holding it, you can soak a cotton ball with some warm water and nestle it against your taint when you start your omorashi session. Putting Stuff in Your Body If you really like having yellow pee, you might be tempted to ignore the advice to be well hydrated. A better tactic is to take extra B vitamins, which come out in your pee as a yellow color. Similarly, if you like having smelly pee, still drink lots of fluids, but eat foods that cause your pee to have a strong smell. Drinking fresh pee from a healthy person is safe. Once pee has been sitting out for a few minutes, it can begin to accumulate ammonia and bacteria, so it’s wiser not to drink it. While healthy urine is sterile, urine can communicate infection, including STDs. Before drinking someone’s pee or letting it touch your skin, be sure you trust that they are healthy. Drinking pee will not help you rehydrate, because it actually increases the concentration of electrolytes and waste products in your body. So if you are drinking pee, you should also drink other fluids. Please do not ever use medical diuretics recreationally. You can safely get plenty of diuretic effect from drinking water. Moderate amounts of caffeine, alcohol, and certain herbs such as dandelion, are also good ways to get your kidneys going. Keep in mind that anything with a diuretic effect can make you dehydrated unless you replace the fluids that are being flushed from your body. As with any other sexual activity, be smart and responsible. We are all entitled to make our own decisions about what risks to take with our own bodies, but in making those decisions we should be informed, sober-minded, and conscious of long-term consequences. If you ever feel sick, in pain, or just not-quite-right, stop and assess the situation. Communicate honestly and fully with any partners about the state of your mind and body. Be proactive about protecting your partners from health risks.
  14. This is great! I really hope one of the tummy girls doesn't make it
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