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Answer 1
  1. Less than 40 cm H2O. The normal adult female voids with a pressure typically between 20 and 30 cm H2O. Many women void with almost no detectable increases in detrusor pressure. The normal adult male voids with a much higher pressure of approximately 40 to 60 cm H2O. However, some males void at lower pressures with higher flow rates.

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