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What is the minimum of urine that can be contained for those people to be considered ti have enlarged bladder conditions?

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Dr. Bac Nguyen
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In brief: Known normal range

Normal bladder capacity is about 400-600ml and almost all is emptied after urination.
If post-void urine volume is 50ml or more, it is considered post-void urinary retention. As a resevoir itself, a volume of greater than 600ml is considered urinary retention. If you have symptoms/concerns..Such as dificulty with urination/urgency/frequency or lack there of...Consult your doc..Good luck.

In brief: Known normal range

Normal bladder capacity is about 400-600ml and almost all is emptied after urination.
If post-void urine volume is 50ml or more, it is considered post-void urinary retention. As a resevoir itself, a volume of greater than 600ml is considered urinary retention. If you have symptoms/concerns..Such as dificulty with urination/urgency/frequency or lack there of...Consult your doc..Good luck.
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