What Does My Bladder Do?
The bladder is an important part of your body’s excretory system. The organs of the excretory system are like the trash collectors of the body, as they store and later expel the body’s waste products. The bladder holds liquid waste (urine) until it is time to be rid of it. The bladder receives urine from the kidneys through tubes called ureters and expels it through another tube called the urethra.
Unfortunately, certain medical conditions, such as bladder cancer, can greatly affect the bladder’s ability to function normally, and if a condition becomes bad enough, a person could lose the control of their bladder altogether.
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