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Peeing in the shower. Admit it, we have all done it once or twice. Let’s face it, it’s perfectly normal. Honestly, it’s our best-kept secret because, well, no one wants to say they pee in the shower. Just like no one wants to say they pee in swimming pools. (Yes, admit it, you pee in pools too.) Well, you’re not alone, because according to Shape, a recent study conducted by Angie’s List stated nearly 80 percent of adults admitted to having a little pee session here or there under the shower.
I mean, who can resist the feeling of rushing water flushing away all your toxins at once, right? You save water, time, energy, and toilet paper! So, technically, it’s good for the environment and good for your water bill. It’s like a multitasker’s dream. It can also be healthier for you because it stops you from holding in your pee, which could lead to an annoying and painful UTI. Ain’t nobody got time for that.
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Scientists say it is actually not as gross as we make it out to be. If you think about it, urine is not sterile, even if you’re healthy your urine can continue to have low-level of bacteria. But, because there is a constant stream of running water to wash your pee down the shower drain, there is no significant hygienic risk. So yes, your pee is filled with bacteria, but no more so than our other bodily fluids like snot or sweat that get washed down the drain pipe every...
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