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keep your wetsuit... "dry"

- Fri, 12 Jun 2015 18:27:06 EST zHYcgz2t No.52639
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this should be rather at ther /sports/-section, but got locked for no idkw,

Need some advice.

Going scuba-diving this summer.

Have to borrow a wetsuit.

How do I cope with the urge to pee?
I mean: It's a really big problem! Especially at the beginning but also near the end of a dive!

Any suggestions?
Heard about the method of using a condom-urinal and cutting a little hole into the suit,
but this won't be possible for me, because it's not mine.
Lydia Trotdale - Sun, 14 Jun 2015 03:43:44 EST 0JDSruBC No.52648 Reply
piss before you go, dont drink liquids beforehand

or just dont scuba dive if you cant handle not pissing yourself
Phoebe Bullystone - Sun, 14 Jun 2015 07:29:11 EST jddJ+wTE No.52649 Reply
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They used to call it diver's delight. Pissing in your wetsuit is completely normal.

>>dont drink liquids beforehand

Do not do this. You will dehydrate yourself. This will make for a shitty dive experience.


> This physiological phenomenon is known as immersion diuresis, a fancy term for your body's response to feeling under pressure. Blood is shifted to your body's core, and the hypothalamus gland thinks this means your total fluid volume is too high and instructs your kidneys to make urine. What can you do to avoid immersion diuresis?

>Avoid diuretics like caffeine before you dive.

>Intentionally dehydrating yourself might seem like a good idea, but dehydration increases fatigue and predisposes you to decompression sickness.
>Try to stay warm. A side effect of your body's response to cold is the production of urine. Wearing a hooded vest under your wetsuit may save you from having to empty your bladder when you least want to. On the boat, stay out of the wind, bundle up and wear a hat.
Be healthy, sober and rested. A variety of over-the-counter and prescription drugs can interfere with your body's heat conservation mechanisms, typically by preventing the constriction of blood vessels near the skin. Antihistamines are particularly suspect. Alcohol is worse.
Phoebe Bullystone - Sun, 14 Jun 2015 16:19:24 EST jddJ+wTE No.52651 Reply

If the loaner is an experienced dfiver they will already know that the odds are at least even that it will be pissed in.
Are you diving from land? If you do piss in it, as you are getting ready to leave the water, stop and take the suit partway off and /swimthrash around. Diving from a boat? Same thing. Use some excuse like the feel of the suit on your skin was oddly uncomfortable and you wanted splash around without it for a moment before getting out.
Edward Gubberlock - Sun, 14 Jun 2015 18:21:36 EST pXmBQd69 No.52652 Reply
>everyone giving serious replies
Fairly sure this is just a piss fetishist looking for wank fodder
Aeonen Kaes - Sat, 02 Jan 2016 21:48:36 EST 2J3G2uGy No.53635 Reply
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what about Dry suits and Sea-survival-suits?

Serious question!

Will go on offshore-medical-training next month, don't know how to cope with my oversensitive bladder.
Charlotte Passlewell - Mon, 01 Feb 2016 11:21:32 EST bJGrcC3W No.53750 Reply
if you're under water a wetsuit lets water in, that's how they work ffs just pee, you're already in water, you could just try to let some more water in to try and get rid of some pee

I've pissed in my wetsuit before, a while ago I got drunk and passed out at my friend's house and had to pee but couldn't move and pissed myself, I thought this feels familiar am I at work right now ? true story
Wesley Chisslepine - Mon, 01 Feb 2016 22:11:03 EST b2eoh8l2 No.53756 Reply
unless you're reaallly good at air conservation, you won't be diving for more than an hour at a time. You can't last one hour?
Derti Fompensatohr - Thu, 31 Mar 2016 13:28:11 EST kGq7rozV No.53994 Reply
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ever been diving?
This shit makes your bladder fill up faster then you can say
"warm wetsuit!"

I had good experiences with these

and these


(just be sure that you can change them out of sight. ;-)

It isn't so uncommon like you might think:

Cornelius Nondernog - Fri, 03 Aug 2018 14:55:38 EST HHA9fQLj No.55496 Reply
Ya ever pee in the pool,,, hmm, been a while but at times the urge to pee just hits ya.

Diving, this should be common knowledge. People do pee their suits. It is what
it is. Instructors try to advise against this, because usually it's their equipment.
If it is your own, pee yourself all ya like.

I am sure people who have done this for a while can handle this. No doubt.
Silicone Diver - Sun, 05 Aug 2018 05:41:40 EST oDTG8vo3 No.55500 Reply
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you don't need a diaper for a wetsuit.
Just give it a good rinse with fresh water when cleaning your gear after the dive.

Dry-suits on the other hand:
I would never go onto a dive with my MARES Kevlar Silicone
and not wear a diaper!

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