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Residue Toilet Water
I was cleaning up the water mixed with urine &toilet paper that spilled out from my toilet bowl.The dirty water splashed onto my face.Can it infect it?
Fadedpink color, not bright red, on toilet paper after wiping. Not on fecal matter or in toilet, but on warm water moistened paper. No lumps. Sift stool?
Pink color on toilet paper after wiping. No lumps.No straining. Not in stool or on fecal matter. Noticed after applying toilet paper with warm water.
Prob hemorrhoid: Probably hemorrhoid but aggressive wiping or using fragrant or cheap toilet paper can irritate perianal area, yeast infection, folliculitis, anal cancer, anal fissure, rectal ulcer, proctitis and anorectal cancer are possibilities. Anoscopic exam or proctosigmoidoscopy (or full colonoscopy) can visualize area and confirm diagnosis. ...Read more
Same as kitchen: If you are on municipal water system, there is no difference in the water from sinks or shower/tub or hose (but hose might be dirty). If on well water, there might be different supply/filtering, but not likely. ...Read more
Sandy, gritty particals on toilet bowl w urine? Goes away once drinking water.don't drink alot daily. Urinary tract NML on CT.CMP nml. Dehydration?
Interesting: Glad to hear that your CT and CMP are normal. Dehydration can cause crystals to come out of solution and come out as grit in the urine. It is important to obtain a simple urinalysis to evaluate your urine. If there are any abnormalities, such as blood or crystals, you should visit with a urologist. ...Read more
Depends: You can use the personal hygiene products, but don't use their floor cleaner. ...Read more
When spraying water from hand held bidet to clean anus and penis hole in toilet does water enter the blood stream in anus or penis from bidet spray?
Low pressure, low...: Low pressure means low risk of fluids getting into one's body; means no worries. Low water pressure would be similar to taking a bath, where the tap water is presumed clean and safe. Also, a person can spray from a hand-held bidet at 45-90 degrees with respect to any bodily openings... which means avoid aiming directly into a bodily hole, but rather aiming at a 45-90 degree angle. ...Read more
While in a hotel bathroom, acidic toilet cleaner spilled on hands. Washed hands with water than acidently touched vagina. Could this bring any problem?
How long can sperm survive in the toilet bowl /toilet water?Chance of pregnancy from toilet splash when taking a piss/poop or from flush?
Severe ocd. I was washing my cum stained underwear with hot shower and saw hot shower steam or water vapour. Is that water vapour clean? Thanks
Clean, but...: If one has bad OCD with obsessive thoughts and compulsive actions, it doesn't matter that the shower water and its vapor are clean... but rather, he must believe they're clean. Note that semen from healthy guys is clean, semen stains are very clean because germs tend to die when dried out, tap water is clean due to modern water treatment. Also, we are adapted to the usual microbes on/in/around us. ...Read more
washing not mine, dried blood off object why lowrisk for blood borne pathogens with paper towel dish soap and water ? Washed hands after with soap
Low risk: Low risk, unless you have an open wound and blood from someone with a known blood-borne pathogen. The risk is still less than being injected with that blood. ...Read more
I cummed onto a toilet seat and soon after cleaned it off with body wash/soap water and toilet paper. Chances of pregnancy if someone sits on toilet?
All in the technique: One trick is to tear off two sheets and fold them over for double-ply. ...Read more
Drank water out of a glass with some residue of rusty water. Danger? What should I do? Water was filtered rust on cup
Our Stomachs: Fortunately, nature has prepared for this. Your stomach acids will take care of this and it should cause nothing of concern. ...Read more
Does a small bleeding tear inside anus when pooping constipated stool increase chance of catching disease from using public toilet (e.g. water splash?
I'm not sure...: ... that this specific problem has ever been studied in detail. However, any open wound is susceptible to infection, and certainly there are a lot of bacteria present both in that area of the body and in public toilets. If I had a perianal tear, I would try to avoid water splashing on it. You should see your doctor if the bleeding or pain are persistent . Good luck. ...Read more