The bladder on a female human is located along the body's midsection at the inferior end of the pelvis. It is a small pouch like empty organ that is used for the storage of urine.
The bladder is one of the crucial components of the urinary system and is responsible for acting as a plumbing system in conjunction with the ureters and urethra, in order to drain urine from the kidneys that are responsible for storing it. The urinary system is made up of the urethra, ureters, urinary bladder and two kidneys. Other than its main task of removing waste from the body, the urinary system is also in charge of maintaining ones blood pressure, calcium, pH, ions and homeostasis of water.