I'm starting a new job as a Postmates delivery person. I am worried about long urinations happening

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I am a little worried about being stuck somewhere in a long line while having to go to the bathroom and not being able to hold it. I guess I can see if I can get shorter pickup jobs. Has anyone ever work for Postmates before?


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    If you're worried about having to go and not finding a place, then I suggest you buy heavy duty pads that you insert in your underwear and they will soak up what you discharge.

    When I was leaking after prostate surgery I kept a few with me and changed them as needed.

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    You could try disposable urinals. Here's an excerpt from one that I purchased off of Amazon (however, I have never used it). To avoid moderation, I have replaced the name of the product with the word "PRODUCT".

    "Many people don't think about the need for personal waste products until they are facing a dire restroom situation. Introducing PRODUCT the perfect solution for potential emergencies while traveling - this kit is perfect to keep in the car or bring when traveling in case of bathroom emergencies. You never know when you will get stuck behind a car accident for 4 hours, or when your child will need to go NOW.

    The PRODUCT is perfect for car trips, private airplanes, buses and trains, hiking, boating, camping, festivals, traveling in foreign countries, long bathroom lines, and unsanitary conditions.

    PRODUCT disposable urinal bags are convenient, uni-sex, sanitary, personal urinals containing "Liqsorb", the key ingredient that makes this work. Liqsorb is a combination of an exclusive non-woven fabric pouch containing a polymer substance that immobilizes bacterial growth quickly by absorbing liquid waste and turning it into an odorless, spill-proof gel bag that is waste disposal safe."

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