Under normal circumstances, the average capacity of an adult bladder, both male and female, is between 400 and 600 milliliters, or between 13 and 20 ounces, according to WebMD. Other sources give an upper limit as high a... More »

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 »

It takes approximately one hour to fill your bladder after drinking 36 ounces of fluid, according to Union Hospital in Maryland. Pelvic and fetal ultrasounds require a full bladder for the procedures, and you can empty y... More »

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 »

When someone is born with both male and female organs, the condition is called ambiguous genitalia, according to MedlinePlus. It has several different forms, and each one has a specific set of characteristics that sets i... More »

A normal human bladder can hold 1.5 to 2 cups of urine, which is the equivalent of 12 to 16 ounces. The kidneys produce 1 to 2 quarts of urine daily by filtering 120 to 150 quarts of blood. More »

According to 2010 data collected by the Centers for Disease Control, the average waist size for an adult male over 20 years old is 39.7 inches. The average height is 5 feet 8 inches, and the average weight is 195.5 pound... More »