Not really that familiar with a decompressed bladder, but apparently the bladder is not releasing all the urine it holds and this often shows up with signs of blood in the urine. It does not necessarily have anything to do with bladder cancer.
You will get more information when the urologist completes his cystoscopy (looking into the bladder with the tiny camera.)
Please let us know what the diagnosis is....
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Hi, I have had microscopic blood in my urine since before July 4th. It all started with pelvic pain went to my gyno. and they ran a vagina and kidney ultrasound and didn't find anything of concern. went to my primary physician and she sent me to a urologist. He of course did a urine test still blood in urine. so he suggested maybe a small kidney stone that was not seen on the ultrasound so he told to drink lots of water and come back in a few weeks. did that still blood in urine. net was urine cytology test again still blood in urine. Next text was a Ct scan of bladder and pelvis whih was performed 10-25-19 found quite few things free fluid in pelvis and the one that really concerns me a decompressed bladder. He wants to look into the bladder now with a camera. I'm so worried that it can be cancer. has anyone ever had a decompressed bladder?