Latchkey Incontinence

As defined by a 2015 study published in the journal Biomedical Research:

environmental cues are reported to be related to OAB [Overactive Bladder] symptoms. The cue that is most mentioned was upon arrival at an individual’s front door is defined as “latchkey incontinence”, which is a loss of urine that occurs when one arrives home and puts the key in the lock of one’s front door

Basically, it's the phenomenon that the closer you get to the bathroom, the more urgently you have to go.
     Posted By: Alex - Sun Jun 09, 2019
     Category: Bathrooms | Body Fluids

:zip: The older I get, the more I can relate to that piece of news 😊 .
Posted by John on 06/09/19 at 02:17 PM
What I want to know is why you're perfectly fine as you're cruising down the Interstate until you pass the exit ramp for a rest stop. They must emit some sort of "open the flood gates" signal which you then have to fight for sixty-three miles.
Posted by Phideaux on 06/10/19 at 02:05 AM
It really does happe
Posted by Phred22 on 06/10/19 at 09:23 PM
White porcelain does every time. It does not need to be the shape of a toilet, just enough white to say "NOW!"
Posted by Sandra on 06/11/19 at 02:00 PM
I signaled to the world I was officially old when I purchased and installed a Popeil Pocket Pisherman in my car. Now when the uncontrollable urge strikes I only have to pee into a reservoir connected to a tube that empties onto the roadway without the need to stop!

agent j
Posted by agent j on 06/13/19 at 09:49 AM
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