about 1/2 or 1 gallon of uran in your body which is most of the water you drink but not always some of it goes into your water in your body
Actually, the bladder usually holds between 300 and 800 milliliters. It does not hold a gallon! Some people deliberately hold much more, up to 2000 ml, but this is extremely unhealthy.
A completely full bladder is capable of holding approximately 1 liter of fluid … Ordinarily the urge to urinate occurs when the bladder contains about 200 ml of urine.
Why does a full bladder cause headaches
It all depends how many liquids you consumed, and how full your bladder is, not to mention how large your bladder is. But the average exertion for an adult with a full bladder is around 10 tablespoons. Sometimes more, sometimes less, depends on the person.
It should be easier to pee when your bladder is full because there is more pressure on your bladder. If you are having trouble peeing, see a doctor.
It depends from the examined area. For an ultrasound of your pelvic, bladder or kidneys, your bladder must be REALLY chock-full. Its rather uncomfortable, but neccessary ;)
The need for a full bladder for an ultra scan is that the urine creates a window for the beams to pass though. It also helps any technicians know where everything is, and a full bladder also pushes organs so they are easily spotted.
No. Urine is stored in the bladder until the bladder is full. The ureters are the tubes that carry the urine from the kidneys to be stored in the bladder. And then when the bladder is full, the urine travels through the urethra to outside of the body.
My brother can hold in his bladder 1300ml too and he has a huge bladder so yes its large Added: the normal, healthy bladder holds between 300 and 800 ml. So, yes, 1300 is way, way too much. Your brother is damaging his bladder.
Your baby will move more when your bladder is full because there is more pressure on the baby. It is also better to get an ultra sound when your bladder is full because you will see the baby much better.
Oh yes, trust me! You have to drink tons of water until your bladder is very, very full, then hold it in until the exam is over. Then the doc squirs some icecold gel just above your lower abdomen and pushes hard into your chock-full bladder. Some US require to hold in breath for a few seconds (and full bladder too)... Ultrasound with full bladder=Not fun!
More common symptoms are pain in the bladder if its full, you feel going to the bathroom frequently than normal, or you can't hold even if your bladder is not full but it feels like full.
A full bladder triggers an urgency to urinate. If you don't urinate within a reasonable amount of time, the bladder can overfill and backflow to the kidneys, which can cause serious problems.