Normal functional bladder capacity in adults ranges from approximately 300 to 400 ml (58,59). Although the International Continence Society defines urinary.
WebMD's Bladder Anatomy Page provides a detailed image and definition of the bladder The normal capacity of the bladder is 400-600 mL.
reduce the constant need to go to the toilet (frequency); put off going to the toilet until your bladder is full, and; increase the volume of urine you pass when you.
For example, if you routinely urinate before your bladder is full, it learns to signal the need to go when less volume is present. That can set up a vicious cycle.