Jul 30, · A healthy bladder can hold about 2 cups of urine before it's considered full. It takes your body 9 to 10 hours to produce 2 cups of urine. While delaying nature's call for an hour or two won't Author: Kathryn Watson.
This question can be read two ways. No urine produced by the kidneys vs. no urine leaving the body due to a blockage of urine that IS being produced. If suddenly for whatever reason both kidneys quit the production of urine, the person would be in.
Sep 25, · The average person produces about 1, ml of urine every 24 hours, so it only takes nine or 10 hours before you're filled up and you've gotta go — bad. How long that takes depends on your Author: Kelly Dickerson.
Normal urine production is around litres every 24 hours, so that would give you nine or 10 hours to completely fill up. However you can drop to as little as ml of urine production a day for short periods without suffering harmful consequences. This could conceivably give Author: Luis Villazon.