Using the toilet is a daily occurrence. It is one of those gifts of nature we take for granted until a situation arises when we are deprived of handling our business due to a medical condition or lack of facilities. It’s a private moment that we relish the most in our facilities or a clean unit with limited traffic. With the right conditions using the toilet is a breeze. A breath of fresh air when there are contemporary facilities and few people to listen to our bowel sounds.
The call of nature comes at a varying level of intensity. Sometimes, in our mind, failing to locate a facility in about five minutes of wonderings can send the shivers of an impending accident down our spines. We visit a toilet with an idea of the amount and nature of poop to be discharged. After having a massive dinner at the pub on the previous night, we would anticipate some degree of discharge when pressed for a number two.
Our metabolism is like a book and we’ve generated some degree of understanding as to how the wonderful bowel releases its waste. There is an idea of the average time it should take us to poop and how many flushes required. What happens when we discharge more than anticipated and it takes more time than our monthly average? This is not a mathematical exercise expecting you to manipulate some data on a spreadsheet. It is just releasing a thought process and playing out a scenario we are likely to find ourselves in at some point.
Three ways your poop can exceed your expectation:
How to prepare for poop exceeding your expectations.
It is hard to prepare for certain occurrences in life. Notwithstanding, it is always important to visit a toilet knowing your discharge could exceed your expectations. Here are some tips to help you prepare if the above three examples occur.
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