Welcome to the Road Trip Potty BLOG! Our blog will discuss Road Trip Potty, product updates, and issues connected to emergency urination situations.
Do you get the sudden urge to use the restroom, especially when you don’t have an easy restroom option? Well, you’re not alone. Many of us experience this urge to go that seems only to occur when there isn’t a restroom in sight. But have you ever considered trying to make cups, bottles and other miscellaneous items lying around in your car into a makeshift female urinal? Have you ever frantically searched for the next opportunity to pull off the road and relieve your bladder? If you have, then it’s time to face the fact that you may need a portable female urinal.read more
With a new year comes the focus of re-commitment to health. Many adults set health-related goals, change their diets, and join gyms. Others begin by scheduling physicals with their doctors. While both of these are great ways to start and/or continue a focus on one’s health, unless there is a problem, most people don’t think about their bladder health. But a healthy bladder is just as important as other aspects of one’s health. Women, in particular, should be thinking about bladder health. According to the Urology Care Foundation, “…of the 25 million people in the United States that experience loss of bladder control, 75% are women.” While this may seem like an additional concern for women to focus on, there are 4 simple things women can do that will support and maintain a healthy bladder.read more
Before I created Road Trip Potty, I held it even though I clearly knew I had to pee. Sometimes I held it because I was in a meeting or was in class and leaving to go pee would have caused a disruption. Other times, like when I was traveling in a vehicle, a restroom option wasn’t readily available. And then there were the other occasions when I told myself, “Nah, you can hold it a little bit longer because you really don’t have to go that bad.” Had I known then what I know now about why holding it is bad for you, I would have NEVER gotten into the habit of…read more
After I envisioned the concept and design of Road Trip Potty, I found myself doubting whether there was a true need for a portable female urinal that you keep in the car. I knew I needed one because I frequently had to pee, especially when I traveled. I even had a strategy of locating possible restroom stops whenever I knew I needed to be in the car longer than 30 to 45 minutes.read more
Imagine the panic of experiencing a bladder emergency and lacking access to a restroom! You feel your bladder contract with that all too familiar sensation that tells you it is time to go.read more