If you're a female, it is important that you straddle the toilet (imagine sitting on the toilet backwards) with the legs are spread apart. In little girls I instruct them to completely remove the underwear to be able to to this. That way, the urine will have a direct path from the urethra (the hole you urinate out of) into the toilet and avoids urinating into the vagina.
Factors other than kidney disease that can influence how much you urinate in a day include how much water you consume, the amount of fluid lost in perspiration, your caffeine and alcohol intake and any medications you've taken. If your doctor is concerned about your kidneys, a 24-hour urine collection test is typically ordered.
If no urgency to the toilet ,no burning sensation ,no pain while urinating ,no frequent urination ,full emptiness of the bladder when voiding ,no blood discharge in the urine ,normal yellow color in urine ,the urine is clear not turbid ,all of these presentations means you are urinating well .