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Old 10-09-2012, 09:11 AM   #11
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I guess I just can't imagine having to PEE!! and running in the bathroom trying to contort myself to avoid peeing my pants, while I turn on the faucet and wait for it to warm up.

I do love the bottle warmer idea. I could just leave that in the bathroom easily.
But, you won't be pregnant anymore, so you won't have to go that badly. (I can only imagine what I look like sometimes racing to the bathroom hunched over in mid contraction trying not to pee on the way. Oh how I can't wait to not experience that 200 times a day. )

ETA - I just posted at my favorite time.....11:11! I have no idea why, but when I see that time on the clock, I always smile.

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Old 10-09-2012, 09:41 AM   #12
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But, you won't be pregnant anymore, so you won't have to go that badly. (I can only imagine what I look like sometimes racing to the bathroom hunched over in mid contraction trying not to pee on the way. Oh how I can't wait to not experience that 200 times a day. )

ETA - I just posted at my favorite time.....11:11! I have no idea why, but when I see that time on the clock, I always smile.
Actually, even when not pregnant, I have to RUSH to make it without peeing my pants.

Wish it weren't so, but it is.

Also, after I have babies, for the first few days (when things are the sorest and you want the peri bottle the most), I have very little to no bladder control. So AS SOON AS I feel it, I have to high-tail it to the bathroom or else I will pee my pants. I can't stop it, I can only feel it coming.
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Old 10-09-2012, 09:57 AM   #13
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Actually, even when not pregnant, I have to RUSH to make it without peeing my pants.

Wish it weren't so, but it is.

Also, after I have babies, for the first few days (when things are the sorest and you want the peri bottle the most), I have very little to no bladder control. So AS SOON AS I feel it, I have to high-tail it to the bathroom or else I will pee my pants. I can't stop it, I can only feel it coming.
It's not just you.

As for the peri bottle, I think I need to get a bottle warmer, too. Our bathroom is as far from the water heater as can be, and it takes forever to warm the water up! I'm glad I read this thread to get the idea!

I wonder if an electric kettle would work, too...instant midnight tea access, too. LOL

Last time, I kept a thermos in the bathroom, but it was a crummy thermos and didn't work very well.
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Old 10-09-2012, 10:46 AM   #14
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Actually, even when not pregnant, I have to RUSH to make it without peeing my pants.

Wish it weren't so, but it is.

Also, after I have babies, for the first few days (when things are the sorest and you want the peri bottle the most), I have very little to no bladder control. So AS SOON AS I feel it, I have to high-tail it to the bathroom or else I will pee my pants. I can't stop it, I can only feel it coming.
That makes sense then why you would not want to wait for the water to warm. Once I'm not pregnant anymore, I still have to go, but it's not an emergency type of thing. So, waiting 30 sec to a minute for the water is no big deal for me.

I think the bottle warmer is the best idea.
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Old 10-09-2012, 11:24 AM   #15
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Re: peri bottle question

Guess I am the odd man out I preferred the cooler water on the lady bits after giving birth and have some stitches down there.
The bottle warmer sounds like a great idea though
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