The historian Herodotus of the 5th century BC wrote about the culture of the ancient Persians and pointed out the differences with those of the Greeks, noting that urine was forbidden in the presence of other Persians.   In human females, the urethra opens directly into the vulva. Therefore, urination may take place during the siege or stool for defecation. It is also possible for females to urinate standing and dressed.  It is customary for women in different parts of Africa to use this method when urinating as women in Laos.  [failed verification] Herodotus described a similar custom in ancient Egypt.  Another method for women to urinate standing up is the use of a tool known as a female water device to help.  In many places, public urinals are subject to fines, although attitudes vary considerably from country to country. In general, women urinate less often in public than men. Depending on their culture, adult women, unlike men, are limited where they can urinate.  A common technique used in many undeveloped countries is to keep the child on the back of the thighs, above the ground, outward to urinate.
[Citation required] Results Five hundred women were admitted and 425 filled a newspaper. Self-report issues had moderate reproducibility and reported and recorded incontinence and emptying frequencies recorded in the journal were moderate to good. Even the types of incontinence notified identified stress and emergency incontinence more precisely than mixed incontinence. In the etiquette of Islamic toilets, it is haram, while one is turned to The Qibla, or turn your back on the qibla when one urinates or the intestine of dend is relieved, but the modesty for women makes it impossible for girls to clear their customs without any installation.   If toilets are not available, women in Laos, Russia and Mongolia can relieve themselves in an emergency , but it remains less accepted for women in India, even if circumstances make it a highly desirable option.  Conclusions Self-report incontinence issues have moderate reproducibility and compliance with the journal, and taking into account their minimal load, they are acceptable research instruments in epidemiological studies. The agreement between the self-report questions and the results of the journal was good for the nullity of the frequencies (r-0.61-0.65) and moderate to good for the frequencies of incontinence by type (r-0.41-0.56; see Table 4.) The correspondence between the type of self-reported incontinence and the type of incontinence transmitted in the journal was lower: That the type of self-reported incontinence was determined on the basis of individual questions (95% CI) (0.29-0.42) or the three-question method (n (CI 95%) -0.37 (0.30-0.44)). On the other hand, a very good match between the type of self-reported incontinence and the type of three-question self-reporting (approximately (95% CI) – 0.67 (0.62-0.72)) was observed. Women generally have to urinate more often than men because they have smaller bubbles.  Resistance to the urge to urinate due to lack of facilities can promote urinary tract infections that can lead to more serious infections and cause kidney damage in women in rare situations.   Female water appliances are available to help women urinate discreetly and help them urinate standing up. Both sexes may urinate in bottles in an emergency.