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Bladder Cancer After Care

Bladder cancer treatment comes in several different forms depending on the type and stage of cancer that has been diagnosed. However, one thing that all of these treatments have in common is that your care will not end when the initial treatment is over. You will continue to receive aftercare to ensure that you recover your health as fully as possible.

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Can Young Men Have Prostate Cancer?

Prostate cancer is more common in older men, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t be affected at a younger age. Every man should be aware of the signs of prostate cancer so that he can seek advice from a doctor if he develops the symptoms. In most cases, problems such as difficulty passing urine or needing to urinate more often than usual won’t be caused by prostate cancer, especially in younger men. However, it’s still vital to get them checked out, just in case.

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How the Common Cold is Helping with New Bladder Cancer Treatments?

Bladder cancer affects more than 10,000 people in the UK every year. Many of these people can be successfully treated with the therapies that are currently available, including surgery and chemotherapy. However, scientists are always developing new ways to treat cancer that can increase the success rate and reduce the harmful side effects that some treatments can cause. One of the new tools that is currently being developed to treat bladder cancer is based on the virus that causes the common cold.

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Get to Know Your Bladder

The bladder is a very underappreciated organ. We’re usually only aware of it when we really need to go or if there is something wrong. If you’ve just been diagnosed with a condition such as bladder cancer then you may want to learn a little more about this hardworking organ. It will help you to understand more about what your doctor tells you and some of the terms that you may hear during your treatment.

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Is Bladder Cancer Common in Smokers?

Most people associate smoking with lung cancer, but it can cause many other health problems too, including bladder cancer. In fact, smoking is the number one cause of bladder cancer. If you smoke then you are more likely to be affected than ex-smokers or people who have never smoked at all.

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Can Bladder Cancer Go Unnoticed?

Bladder cancer can go unnoticed because it doesn’t always cause symptoms at first. Even when it does start to cause problems, it can still be missed because the symptoms are so easily confused with other, less serious conditions. Many people ignore the symptoms of bladder cancer because they seem unimportant or wrongly assume that they have a minor issue such as a urine infection. Unfortunately, this means that they aren’t getting the treatment they need as quickly as they could, which can give the cancer a chance to grow larger or even to spread to other parts of the body.

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What is Interstitial Cystitis?

Cystitis is usually a mild and easily treatable infection that will often clear up by itself in just a few days. However, in some cases the symptoms can be more persistent or can keep coming back. If you have a chronic infection then you may need some additional cystitis treatment and advice from a urologist.

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