A bladder is a kind of 'bag' to hold liquid. We have two: the gall bladder in the liver which stores bile, a liquid used in the digestion of fats, and the urinary bladder, which stores urine until we can conveniently pass it out.
It can hold two cups.
A healthy bladder can hold up to 16 ounces (2 cups) of urine...
The urinary bladder stores liquid waste that is produced by the kidneys before excretion.
About 2 cups.
The average sized adult bladder can hold approx. 12 onces (350ml) of fluid before the urge to urinate becomes strong.
The bladder explosion occurs if you hold your urine for more than 7 hours because the urine overfills the bladder. It's like a balloon that gets too much air. The longer you hold, the higher the risk of bladder explosion will be.
"Has the bladder of a camel" is an idomatic expression meaning that the person can drink a large amount of liquid and not need to urinate. To use another idiom, they can "hold it" very well.
No. The gallbladder is part of the digestive system. (eating) Your bladder is part of your renal system. (urine) The term "bladder" means something with which to hold or carry something. Usually liquid. Best of luck, Kathi