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… Full Answer
Your bladder is made to hold a certain amount of fluid. Time only matters if your bladder is already full of urine, and you still have fluids digesting. So, ask this instead: "How much urine is it possible to hold… Full Answer
The size of the bladder depends on how much urine is stored. Without urine it is tetrahedral in shape. When full it can accommodate at least 300ml-800ml. There are also bladders that can hold up to 2,000ml.
What hold urine are not the kidneys, which have the vital function of filtering the blood through renal corpuscles which is composed of a glomerulus and the Bowman's capsule. The renal corpuscle (or Malphigian corpuscle) is the beginning of the… Full Answer
If I remember correctly, the average is 600ml (600 milliliters). However, the body responds to 400ml (400 milliliters) where it signals the brain to remove the urine from the body. Also a bladder can hold up to 1L (one liter)… Full Answer