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Neobladders after the first year

handybranch
Posts: 6
Joined: Sep 2005

I was found to have T3-B bladder cancer back in 10-18-04 .Its been going ok, use the cath. few times a month .it beats the alternitive for me .(42).I would like to know what I'm up aginst in the future .thank you an bless you all .

AuthorUnknown
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Joined: May 2006

Hello,

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Take care and be well,

Dana
CSN Dana

Military
Posts: 31
Joined: Mar 2004

I had bladder surgery June 2004. It was a success and as a result I have no cancer evident at this time. You make reference to the alternative. Just what do you mean regarding this statement? Were they able to remove the tumors and did they return. I had a tumor removed only to have three return within 45 days. Let me know what is concerning you. I have gone through major surgery, removal of the prostrate and many of my concerns were resolved by my docotr. The most obvious had to do with my sexual activity. I can help address this if it is of concern. You make reference to what I am up against in the future. Obviously the cancer can spread to your lymph nodes and or to other parts of your body. I have done considerable research on the subject.

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