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    Senior Member mikeydt1's Avatar
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    Thumbs up Cancer check - relief

    been a catheter user for a long time and run the risk of not only bladder cancer but also prostate to go with it.

    found out PSA was at zero and what i had put off was the internal check for bladder cancer basically was very frightened of the unknown but went ahead when asked and no signs of cancer although i do have cystitis along with an infection both can be treated.

    it was such a relief getting this out of the way as i have had too many disasters over the last few years i have lost many family members to this terrible disease god bless them.

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    Glad to hear there are no signs of cancer, that must be a great relief to you!

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    many thanks for the kind words flowerangelx.

    i only put things off as the first surgeon i saw was wanting to use a rigid scope, after having one of these many years ago and the pain i went through i swore that i would never have that again, this time they used a flexible scope.

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    I dread to think what a rigid scope would be like!

    At least they used a different one this time. Xx

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