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Peeing in wetsuit in winter

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Oh, I can't get into the water without peeing! I gave up trying not to a long time ago and I snorkel most days. I pop my suit into a tub when used in the back of my car and use the remains of the bottle of water and conditioner used to get in to the suit, to rinse down my legs to get me home. Just don't worry about it, but give the suit (and yourself!) a good rinse when you get home. I use Pee-off detergent to wash my suit if i don't manage to give it a good rinse in the sea.
Cold won't follow if there's no liquid circulation due to the pee. But is up to you...
Well I noticed a huge difference in comfort when I moved my leg-knife to the other leg. That way I could quickly move all the fluid out, avoiding the creeping cold.
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