I often had red spots which turned out to be nothing, so if you must take a break, take it with a modicum of peace of mind, but for your own sake, don't choose to ignore them. If the red areas persist at some point you need to get them biopsied.
TaG3 + CIS 12/2000. TURB + Mitomycin C (No BCG)
Urethral stricture, urethroplasty 10/2009
CIS 11/2010 treated with BCG. CIS 5/2012 treated with BCG/interferon
T1G3 1/2013. Radical Cystectomy 3/5/2013, No invasive cancer. CIS in right ureter.
Incontinent. AUS implant 2/2014. AUS explant 5/2014
Sometimes the reocurring cancers get to you. I found that a few months ago I just had to say "stop, is this life threatening or can I take some time off from this anxiety?" I put off the Turb without incident, although I knew I would have to go through with it in time. I don't think doctors would recommend this, but sometimes a patient just knows that they must stop and rest awhile. Sometimes you just have to trust your own instincts and turn the constant worry off. Good luck, you can do it!
I think we have all been there - sometimes enough is enough. I my last two cystos also had red spots - he biopsed during the cysto and it was just from the BCG. I have found that if it is on my mind, better to get it done that think about it all the time.