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    So there seems to be a funny trope that if a person is scared enough that they will cause them to void weather it be #1 or #2. As popular as it is to describe how scary something is, I donít think itís even possible. Anyone have knowledge about if someone was scared enough they would loose control of thier bladder or bowels?

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    I believe it's possible to so scared as to void, but I think it takes being truly terrified and I never want to experience that kind of terror.

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    I read somewhere that it's not uncommon in cases of torture (or anticipated torture) to wet yourself.

    I also read a hypothesis that it's a survival mechanism. If you need to flee mortal danger, better to get rid of any excess weight that might slow you down!

    Humans take longer to defecate, so I don't think that's a common response to fear. But I wonder if it's just a one-upmanship... Bob was so scared he wet himself! Oh yeah, well Dan was so scared he crapped himself, ha-ha!

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    Oh it's real. I do not care for unsecured heights, and once nearly fell from such a height. I peed myself, though only just a little. It's worth noting I was urge incontinent at the time, but did not even get an urge. More recently I got a VR system and have "fallen" great heights. With the realism of VR I've instantly peed myself each time (even in spite of being functuonally incontinent)

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    little kids that haven't been potty-trained for very long are much more likely to wet their pants when scared. I assume part of that is not being as firmly traine yet, and part of it is kids being easier to scare badly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePhotographer View Post
    So there seems to be a funny trope that if a person is scared enough that they will cause them to void weather it be #1 or #2. As popular as it is to describe how scary something is, I don’t think it’s even possible. Anyone have knowledge about if someone was scared enough they would loose control of thier bladder or bowels?
    I have what's commonly called a nervous bladder. Something sufficiently raises my fight or flight response, then I'm in trouble. The first couple of times I've actually had this happen were the same--almost getting hit by a car, and I didn't notice anything was off until I was safe on the sidewalk again and had caught my breath. Luckily I hadn't had my lunch yet (I like giant sodas) so there wasn't too much damage.

    Unfortunately there are some triggers that are less dire than life 6 and death, too, which keeps me a little paranoid at all times. Quite possibly the most embarrassing anxiety problem ever.

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    Having worked on an ambulance in the past. It's entirely true that people coming off a motorbike at 80MPH tend to have brown trousers when you scrape them off the floor. I don't fully understand the mechanism though.

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    I've been a skydiver for over twenty years, and I get to see a wide range of reactions to people coming down and landing under parachute while being taken for their first tandem jump.

    There are people who are whooping and hollering in excitement and enjoyment. There are people who are just glad to be getting back on the ground. I've seen people who have thrown up on themselves, people who have wet themselves, and even some coming down in a state we call 'dead stick' where they have passed out from their minds getting overwhelmed by the situation.

    The one tandem jumpmaster I felt most sorry for was the guy who noticed in freefall that the girl he was taking on the jump seemed to have something not right. As he leaned forward to yell in her ear and see what was going on, that was the point in time that she turned her head to the same side and vomited. Yep, right into his open mouth. The instant they landed, he unhooked her, ran a few feet over, and proceeded to throw up several times.

    So yes, stress/excitement/fear can cause a wide variety of reactions in people, and I have seen it firsthand.

    ---adding something my wife reminded me of---
    I did forget the one utterly unique time my wife was editing a video of a lady being taken on her first tandem jump while the tandem master and videographer got ready for their next jumps and you could see the point where the lady had an orgasm in freefall. Yes, an orgasm. The lady admitted it happened, and you could see her eyes flutter and body shake as it happened on the video.
    Last edited by AnalogRTO; 15-Sep-2018 at 00:37. Reason: Adding a situation my wife reminded me about

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    When I received a call that my dad was having a heart attack when they were on vacation, I had some stool that ran down my leg. It was a miserable day and I just didn't feel well at all that entire day. He's fine now though. He was able to survive his heart attack and has some stents in that opened up his arteries.

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    if you need to go, it can be "the straw that breaks the camels back" especially true in the event of #2, when I was a small child before I had any the bowel problems, I always found myself uneasy in the basement as well as needing to defecate shortly after any time in it.

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