Do you have to remove your pants before using a Get to Go!?
You do not need to remove your pants completely. Females will have to slide their pants down past their knees during urination. Make sure you are in a safe and private location before using. Cover yourself with a jacket/blanket if necessary.
Can I use this in the driver's seat in the car?
Yes, but NEVER use a Get to Go! while driving. Females should slide their pants down past their knees and then place the Get to Go! underneath themselves. DO NOT HOVER over the Get to Go! Always make sure your body is totally touching the Get to Go! at ALL TIMES during urination. Lean forward and support yourself with your arms/hands while sitting and urinating. Remain on the Get to Go! for at least 5 seconds after completing your urination to ensure full absorption.
How much does a Get to Go! hold?
The Get to Go! holds up to 3 cups of liquid.
Does it work better than a bed pan?
YES! No dripping.
Why not just use a bed pan?
A bed pan is hard to use for a female. Usually a bed pan is used in a hospital setting while the patient is lying down. Many times a bed pan can get a female quite wet on the back of her buttocks and other areas. The Get to Go! has a specific area for the urine to be absorbed which keeps the urine in a contained area on the absorbent pad.
Can it be reused?
It is not suggested for reuse.
What is a Get to Go! made of?
A Get to Go! is made up of many biodegradable absorbent materials. The pad is a special formulated absorbent material, and the bottom tub has specific construction for some support.
Can a small child use the Get to Go!?
Sure, in fact they think it is magic! Just open it slightly to conform to their body size.
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