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Pregnant women and people with IBS have been told to go and get a doctor's note if they go to the bathroom for longer than seven minutes.
He then returned and asked to go to the bathroom again, but I told him to wait because my colleague was using it and, according to the rules, two guards should accompany an inmate to the rest room.
Whenever I go to the bathroom on the golf course, they test me.
This explains why one never hears rattlesnakes get up to go to the bathroom at night.
COREY COULDN'T even go to the bathroom in his own house.
Every time my sister finishes going to the bathroom and then goes to sit down, she feels like she has to go to the bathroom again.
When he stops to go to the bathroom, he fills out a survey.
is addressing the toilet training issue in television commercials for its Pampers Feel 'n Learn Advanced Trainers, which are designed to let children feel the moisture for a short period of time when they wet themselves, so that they can associate that feeling with the need to go to the bathroom.
Over the last three years, I found myself getting up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom," Theismann told the Post.
I asked to be excused from class so I could go to the bathroom.
I couldn't even go to the bathroom or shower without an attendant.
Lesbianism is so rampant in some of the schools in southeast Oklahoma that they'll only let girl go to the bathroom.
The girl had just flown back from America and had been sleeping for a couple of hours before getting up to go to the bathroom.
When offered a glass of water by his interrogators, Saddam replied, 'If I drink water I will have to go to the bathroom, and how can I use the bathroom when my people are in bondage?
Today, even young children know to wash their hands before they eat or after they go to the bathroom.