Oops! My mind must have been on the up and coming spring/summer/fall temperatures here in the deep southwest when I stated, "...on the sixth installation my urologist gave to me 104 degree temperature...." My temperature didn't go beyond 102 degrees. Sorry. I must stress that my temperature spike lasted no more than a few hours.
Thank you for your replies and support. I was apprehensive about posting my condition, but you all proved my worries were groundless.
In October 2014, I had a TURBT that presented two tumors (1 cm and 2 cm) with the diagnosis of CIS. Two weeks after my TURBT, I was placed on four weeks of Mitomycin followed by six weeks of BCG. I felt fine with the Mitomycin, but with the BCG it truly was a cumulative treatment. During the six treatments, I would experience the typical, urgency, nausea, malaise, and dysuria. But on the sixth installation my urologist gave to me 104 degree temperature, chills, and a partridge in a pear tree.....WOW!
Two weeks after the BCG treatments, I had my follow-up cysto where my urologist announced he spied a red spot on my bladder <GASP>. He insisted on a two month follow-up to observe any changes and recommend the next phase of my treatment.
Meanwhile, after this cysto, I started to feel a bit “off”. My symptoms – dysuria, dark, smelly urine, urgency and lower abdominal pain – peaked on Thursday one week after my cysto . But the following morning, I woke felling great! I contact me urologist's office regarding my symptoms, and they instructed me to come into the office for a “precautionary” visit. As always, they tested my urine and found some occult blood.