Pawtucket, RI (PRWEB) August 26, 2011
Tom Sawyer is a bladder cancer survivor who had to undergo a pat-down at Detroit Metropolitan airport. The TSA agent's clumsiness caused the bag to spill into his clothing. The number of people with health conditions who are reporting unpleasant and downright unbelievable experiences at US airports is beginning to grow, and if nothing is done to improve TSA agent skills, such incidences will spike significantly. Before starting the enhanced pat-down procedure, a security officer did tell him what they were going to do and how they were going to it, but Sawyer said it wasn’t until they asked him to remove his sweatshirt and saw his urostomy bag that they asked any questions about his medical condition. Mr. Sawyer had to face the prospect of walking through the airport in full view of everyone in his urine-drenched clothing. Millions of people today suffer from bladder cancer and other forms of incontinence. One of the worst things a person can do is force yourself to hold your urine for extended periods of time. Too often men find themselves in the situation on long trips either on a plane or in a car and unable to relieve themselves.
Now with the backing of hundreds of urologist U-R-IN Control has come up with Go Guy the pocket urinal to help prevent such awkward situations. Whether men are involved with the TSA or law enforcement they can have peace of mind that Go Guy is easily accessible in their time of need. Bladder control can strike at any time and any age so for people like Mr. Sawyer, incontinence patients, mothers with boys, pilots, truckers , it has been found Go Guy has solved many embarrassing issues. U-R-IN Control developed the Go Guy especially for this type of circumstance. Peeing, urinating or relieving oneself can be discreet with Go Guy.