Ok, peeing in the marina is a wee bit lazy but it's hardly the end of the world. SWMBO would like a word with you too. Many illnesses share similar symptoms but require different treatments. A friend of mine in Scotland always goes over the side - even when we were in a Force 8 in the Irish sea. I would put in water, leave on trailer, and run with cowling off, while keeping a infrared temp gun on the head to verify the temps are getting warm enough to open stat. Be patient with him, this is all new to him too!
Get rid of the mat, use a towel or hang whatever you choose over the edge of the tub. It sounds like you have, but I'll type it out anyway for you or others that may have a similar issue. But maybe they should be. As you stated, you pee IN a hedge or rock, so are shielded from view. Given that pee goes into the water anyway if you use the heads in the marina, the only objection to peeing over the side is seeing people in the act.
If the cat should pee on the bathroom floor, then keep the door closed. Harrisburg Web Designer. It's a little bit of a chill and tingling feeling that would would start 20 to 30 seconds before I started urinating and last as long as I was urinating minutes and then go away. Almost, from the tone of the replies. I'm sure you can use your imagination.
I use towel at their favorite spots. Most people with indwelling catheters and SCI need to take this. That's one luxury I really don't have right now as I'm tired of having wet pants at night and I'm sure it's only a matter of time before I get a breakdown from sitting in urine. I have a neighbor gal who did just that and he now lives in our backyard. It was simply starting with local producers talking with GoA to find out the what and the how. I agree with what others have said about getting further tests done. Best to have a doctor check it out.