How Long Can Humans Hold Urine?
I want to ask when the volume of urine reaches? If at that time someone who was holding him was unable to think clearly anymore and was sweating a lot. R n r nAnd at what volume would someone be forced to wet?
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The average amount of urine in the bladder is 300-400 ml. However, the urge to urinate can begin when the urine volume is 150-200 ml. When it reaches the maximum volume, which is 300-400 ml, in general a person can no longer hold urine and if left alone will wet the bed.
In some disorders, such as neurological disorders due to diabetes mellitus (nephrogenic bladder), a person may experience a desire to urinate faster (even when the urine has not reached 100 ml) and tend not to hold urine, even though the volume of urine in the bladder is only slightly . This condition is medically called urge incontinence.
To maintain urinary tract health, you should do the following:
Drink at least 2 liters of water per day Avoid the habit of holding urine Maintain cleanliness of the genital area by cleaning it every urination and bathing at least 2x a day
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