The bladder is a hollow, flexible pouch in your pelvis. Its main job is to store urine before it leaves your body. Your kidneys
make pee. Tubes called ureters carry the pee from your kidneys to your bladder. When you use the bathroom, the muscles in your
bladder push the urine out through a tube called the urethra.We will get to know cancer location with our cancer screening test process, and our senior most cancer specialist Dr. CS Ranjit Kumar will do excellent cancer treatment from Hyderabad, India. its important to do the process of cancer genetic testing before going to treatment and he also gives the information for the patient to get the awareness on the disease.
What Causes bladder?
Doctors aren’t sure. But they do know that several things increase your risk for the disease. They includes Genetic makeup, race,
and family history. Bladder cancer is most common in white men over age 55. If you or someone in your immediate family (parents
or siblings) has had cancer of the bladder or the urinary tract before, you’re more likely to get it.
Bladder cancer symptoms
The most common -- and often, the first -- symptom is blood in your urine. It may be just a little, or it can be enough to change
the color of your pee. It may turn orange, pink, or darker red.
You may see blood one day, but not the next. If you have bladder cancer, the blood eventually comes back. In some cases, you
can’t see blood in your urine. Your doctor or lab tech will only detect it with a urine test.
Treatment and surgery
If you have bladder cancer, there are several available treatment options. Your doctor will help you decide which treatment is
best for you and this will depend on a number of things. These include your age, how much the cancer has spread (doctors call
this your cancer “stage”), and any other health conditions you have.
Transurethral resection of bladder tumor (TURBT) is the most common surgery for bladder cancer that’s in the early stages. This
procedure is done in a hospital, but you should be able to go home the same day or the next.
Your doctor will put an instrument called a resectoscope into your bladder through your urethra. That’s the tube that urine flows
through when you go to the bathroom. The resectoscope has a wire loop at the end. Your doctor will use it to remove abnormal
tissues or tumors. If you still have cancer after the tumor is removed, your doctor can destroy it using a laser and another
tool called a cystoscope.
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