what if your practice of urine therapy is used against you in a child custody case?

dear UT family, what if your practice of urine therapy is used against you in a child custody case? what would you do? do we have people on this list (medical doctors, therapists, people who have had success stories), who would be willing to write a statement that relates to a parent’s practice of urine therapy and how that relates to their ability to be a parent? as absurd as it sounds, because those who practice understand its efficacy — those who do not – view urine therapy as extreme. please consider my question urgent.

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is the wikipedia article about urine therapy accurate?

Here is how the article about urine therapy at Wikipedia currently begins:
In alternative medicine, the term urine therapy or urotherapy, (also urinotherapy or uropathy) refers to various applications of human urine for medicinal or cosmetic purposes, including drinking of one's own urine and massaging one's skin with one's own urine. While there is currently insufficient evidence for the therapeutic use of urine... Saturday, August 2nd, 2014 7:13 AM GMT
Here is a screenshot: [caption id="attachment_471" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Wikipedia Article About Urine Therapy Wikipedia Article About Urine Therapy[/caption] How accurate is the information in the article? Before you edit the Wikipedia article, let's discuss here, ok? Follow this Link To The Wikipedia Article About Urine Therapy Monday, November 17th, 2014 Changed "While there is currently insufficient evidence for the therapeutic use..." to: "Along with the therapeutic use..." The article now reads: "In alternative medicine, the term urine therapy or urotherapy, (also urinotherapy or uropathy) refers to various applications of human urine for medicinal or cosmetic purposes, including drinking of one's own urine and massaging one's skin with one's own urine. Along with the therapeutic use of urine, many chemical components of urine have wide-scale industrial and agricultural use, such as urea and urokinase.[1][2][3][4][5]" ...i used my real name to make the edits, let's see what happens :-)

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Start Contributing To The urine-therapy.org Website Today!

Hi As all of you know, the reason urine-therapy.org asks for a financial donation (however small), in order to participate in our community, is to filter out hatred. The people who have access to our activity stream (LOL) have selected a donation amount, and the result has been a very positive. The community is not highly trafficked, but it is wholesome, friendly, and positive, which is wonderful! I'd like to present the option of offering a "donation activity," as a way to maintain a balanced and reciprocal relationship with urine-therapy.org. So, you can now contribute articles, videos, etc., to our online community as a Site Contributor, and your donation thereby becomes optional. If you contribute at least one article per month, then you are welcome to come on board as a Site Contributor. Our membership procedures are designed to keep our experience at urine-therapy.org positive, private, and properly archived. Wonderful discussions are happening at Facebook, where privacy, reliability, and future availability are valid concerns. If you'd like to be a Site Contributor, just get in touch in the form titled "Leave a reply" below and send us a short description of yourself and the kinds of articles/videos you publish about urine therapy. Blessings and best wishes :-) dainis

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I like what I see going on at FaceBook re Urine Therapy…but…

Our membership procedures are designed to keep our experience at urine-therapy.org positive, private, and properly archived. I like what I see going on at FaceBook, for example, but, if your account gets blocked or deleted -- all of that information -- all of that sharing -- just disappears. I watched it happen as I blocked some angry people from one of my FaceBook pages, and I did not expect their previous comments to vanish, but they did. Your content on FaceBook, as far as I understand it, is owned by FaceBook. However, if I publish on urine-therapy.org and talk about it on Facebook, then Facebook does not "own" my content. Owning also means: can be deleted at any time. I just don't think it is a good idea to have so much knowledge-gathering, sharing, growing, and learning, threatened with potential "immediate deletion." So, that's why we have the urine-therapy.org website. What do you think?

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