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THE QUESTION may be prompted by women's apparent need to go to the WC more frequently than men do. Some have suggested this is due to the woman's bladder pushing against interior parts that cause ...

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Do women have smaller bladders than men? Ask Question 11. It is a common belief that women need to go to the bathroom more often than men because of the smaller size of their bladders. ... While various sources [2, 3, 6] claim it is between 500 and 1000 ml none makes a comparison between men and women. Functional bladder capacity is the urine ...

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The first reason is that generally women have smaller bladders than men. The fact women are more likely to develop urinary tract infection is another reason. Some additions: We don't always pee when we use the bathroom, even if we say we will. Sometimes men assume we pee every time we go to the bathroom but not true.

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-Women have more stretch receptors in their bladders than men. These are what send the signals to the brain (via the sacral spinal nerves) that you need to pee. A friend of mine learned in university that women have a greater proportion of these than men do, hence a greater sensitivity to the filling of the bladder.

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"As women, we all are waiting in line to go to the bathroom. And so we're dying to know: Do women have smaller bladders?" Dr. Oz says the answer is yes, and he demonstrates why by using a female model from Bodies…The Exhibition. A woman's bladder is located right underneath her uterus.

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Is the Female Bladder Smaller Than the Male Bladder? 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 location, and a woman’s bladder has slightly thinner walls.

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Women have smaller bladders than men. They have more equipment to fit into the available space. Pregnancy and childbirth can lead to a relaxation of the pelvic floor muscles which causes bladder weakness. This can be corrected with the right exercises. When men get older, their bladders weaken but women's don't.

www.wellbuzz.com/dr-ozs-advice/dr-oz-why-women-always-have-to-pee-mens-bladders-vs...

Both bladders are about the same size and can hold about the same amount of urine (2 cups according to Dr Oz). The main differences are the shape, due to where the bladder is located in a man versus in a woman, and the fact that the woman’s bladder seemed to have slightly thinner walls than the man’s bladder. Why Women Always Have to Pee:

www.edocamerica.com/health-tips/bladder-gender-differences-problems-peeing

Women who have vaginal child birth may experience some further weakening of the bladder sphincter. For these reasons, women are more prone to bladder leakage. Men have a unique anatomical difference that can cause problems with urination as well.

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You can have a functionally small bladder, meaning that you can’t hold a lot of urine, but anatomically if I were to put you under anesthesia, you probably would have the same capacity as, say, a normal person. So people who say they have small bladders, functionally they cannot hold a lot because their bladder is just too sensitive.