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Bleeding after Tumor removal

3 years 11 months ago #47837 by mrgolfnut66
TYVM I will try your suggestion. You are correct the bleeding and clots are a result of the radiation.

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3 years 11 months ago #47836 by Nicke
Hi,
Most people at this forum that have had to deal with invasive bladder cancer have had there bladder removed. There are very few people here, if any, that have had radiation and chemo. Radiation/chemo is more frequently used in England. There is a brittish forum where you probably get more answers: http://community.macmillan.org.uk/cancer_types/bladder-cancer/discussions.aspx

IF I have to guess, the bleeding and the clots could be a side effect from the radiation. I think you should discuss this questions with your urologist and uncologist. If you are not satisfied with the answers you get you should if possible go for a second opinion.

Niklas

12-12 Diagnosis
13-1 Turb TAG1
13-5 Turb Ta low grade, multiple
13-10 Turb TaG2, multiple
13-11 Mitomycin 8 weeks + 6 month
15-01 Turb

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3 years 11 months ago #47835 by mrgolfnut66
yes after surgery had chemo and radiation- last scope 1 month ago and was negative and even though blood in urine no cauterization was necessary. Both urologist and oncologist say this is normal. Having neuropathy or legs and migraines as well.

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3 years 11 months ago #47834 by AnneH
Did I understand you correctly had the TURBT a year ago and still having blood, and clots?

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3 years 11 months ago #47833 by mrgolfnut66
It has been almost a year since the radiation and chemo after the tumor was removed. It was invasive but not through the wall.

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3 years 11 months ago #47832 by sara.anne
I moved your message to its own place under the "non-invasive" category where I think more people who can answer your question will see it.

You didn't mention how long it has been since the tumor removal...It can take several weeks for things to heal up and get back to normal. If your urologist seems to think you are doing well, you probably are.

Sara Anne

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