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What are the symptoms of invasive carcinoma of the uro-bladder?

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Dr. Gene Wong
Radiation Oncology
3 doctors agree

In brief: Bladder problems

Usually patients may notice bloody urine, frequency of urination, burning sensation and obstructive symptoms such as weak stream and double voiding.
Pain in the bladder is a possibility. If one has symptoms of bladder infection and yet not improved with multiple antibiotics, cystoscopy should be considered to rule out bladder tumors.

In brief: Bladder problems

Usually patients may notice bloody urine, frequency of urination, burning sensation and obstructive symptoms such as weak stream and double voiding.
Pain in the bladder is a possibility. If one has symptoms of bladder infection and yet not improved with multiple antibiotics, cystoscopy should be considered to rule out bladder tumors.
Dr. Gene Wong
Dr. Gene Wong
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Dr. Andrew Turrisi
Radiation Oncology

In brief: Hematuria or

Blood in the urine, sometimes seen only in a urinanalysis, but it can be gross blood that you can see.
But you cannot tell it is invasive bladder cancer until there is a biopsy showing penetration into the muscle. Out;et obstructive symptoms: urgency frequency, can happen, and clot can cause inability to urinate.

In brief: Hematuria or

Blood in the urine, sometimes seen only in a urinanalysis, but it can be gross blood that you can see.
But you cannot tell it is invasive bladder cancer until there is a biopsy showing penetration into the muscle. Out;et obstructive symptoms: urgency frequency, can happen, and clot can cause inability to urinate.
Dr. Andrew Turrisi
Dr. Andrew Turrisi
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