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The human body loses in total about 1.5L of urine per day, based on an adult (60kg).
In adult humans the average production of urine is about 1 - 2 L per day. 1liter = 0.26 gallons (so by 70 we may have passed over 10,000 gallons of urine and that's a LOT of water!) Please note that producing too much or too little urine needs medical attention. Hope this helps!
This depends primarily on the amount of water consumed throughout the day. However, for the average person, the amount of of urine produced by the human body ranges from about 1 to 2 liters per day.
Nearly 1200-1500mL urine is excreted per day.
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The minimum adult urine output to clear the body of waste products is 720 milliliters in 24 hours. Depending on the hydration status of the adult, urine output of up to 2000 milliliters in 24 hours is normal.
Volume varies and can be anywhere from 500 mL to as much as 12 liters of urine can be produce to maintain homeostasis within the body.
no it is actually quite healthy you are actually peeing to much Amount is usually more important that number of times. An adult should produce about 2 ounces of urine per hour, on average. So if you only urinate every 12 hours, you would need to be voiding about 24 ounces per time. That is a lot of urine and most people would find retaining that much urine very uncomfortable, if not painful. Also, retaining urine for a long period of time can increase the risk of infection and sediment buildup.
An average 1600 lb cow (which is the average weight of all cattle) is a little over 120 lbs, when including feces and urine.