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The female and male bladders are approximately the same size and have a similar capacity of about 2 cups of urine, according to Dr Oz. The primary differences between the male and female bladder include shape and locatio... More »

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The purpose of the male bladder is to store urine until a man chooses to urinate. During urination, urine passes from the bladder to the urethra, which is a tube that runs through the penis. The male urethra is much long... More »

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In women, the urinary bladder is located above the female reproductive organs and in front of the rectum, according to InnerBody. Specifically, the female bladder is in front of the uterus and upper vaginal tract and cha... More »

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The purpose of the male bladder is to store urine until a man chooses to urinate. During urination, urine passes from the bladder to the urethra, which is a tube that runs through the penis. The male urethra is much long... More »

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The variances in predicted vital capacity as related to height has to do with the size of the lungs and amount of room for the diaphragm to expand inside the body. Height is only one factor that is calculated into the vi... More »

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The average bladder capacity of an adult male is 13 to 20 fluid ounces. This is the quantity of liquid voided after severe urgency to urinate, according to Dr. Simon Kimm, Urologist. More »

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According to Spokane Urology, the female bladder can hold approximately 16 ounces of urine. It can hold this amount without discomfort for up to 5 hours. This amount of urine is equal to two cups of liquid. More »

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