The Life of Pee: The Story of How Urine Got Everywhere
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See Subscription Options Already a subscriber? Sign In See Subscription Options. When your bladder fills with liquid it sends a signal to the brain telling you that you need to pee, and your brain also sends a signal back telling your bladder to hold on - otherwise things could get really messy. It's incredibly rare and unlikely to happen to you, but your bladder can burst if you hold in your wee too much.
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When the bladder bursts urine will fill the abdomen and you will require emergency surgery to fix it. But it is more likely that your bladder will simply stretch or the muscles will become weaker, causing you to wet your pants. Anyone who has ever had a urinary tract infection UTI will tell you that you absolutely do not want one. Studies have shown that holding your wee in for too long can cause the bacteria responsible for the infection to multiply.
If you don't drink enough water, don't pee after sex or don't pee often enough you are at a greater risk of developing a UTI. A simple sneeze or a cough can cause you to leak a bit of pee, and it is more common in women who have given birth.
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