This question was answered on Tue 01, Jul 2008 01:04pm by Dr Simran, MD

Bladder cancer tumors ivp .x-rays pictures and Chronic microscopic hematuria

    
Asked by Unregistered (Male; 42; I had hernia surgery when i was 12 years old in 1978.I was born with a hernia in my right groin.i have high blood pressure and allergies and bronchitis i 've never smoked but i been around people that does smoke a lot second hand smoke.Also i have anxieties and o.c.d. and i have not exercised or took walks since 1997.; Relevant drugs:LABETALOL HCL.300MG. I 've been taken labetalol for 21 years now for my high blood pressure. ) on Tue 01, Jul 2008 11:21am
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I wan't to know that if a bright white lump is on the left or right out side part of a person's bladder on an IVP kidney and bladder x-ray is the bright white lump a bladder cancer tumor,or it's normal for the bright white lump to be on the out side part of the person's bladder.And if a person have chronic microscopic hematuria for five or six years does it means that the person will get bladder cancer most often.Does pain in your pelvis area means bladder cancer,becausei i have pain in my bladder when it's full i can't hold it ,it hurts and burns.

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Answer by Dr Simran, MD  on Tue 01, Jul 2008 01:04pm:

Hello Dear, Patients who present with microscopic or gross painless hematuria clearly require urologic evaluation. Urinary frequency, urgency, and dysuria, which are the characteristic symptoms of a urinary tract infection, may also indicate Carcinoma in situI. These symptoms are particularly confusing because they may be intermittent and can resolve with an incidental temporal relationship to the administration of antibiotics, further supporting an erroneous diagnosis of urinary tract infection. Ref: http://www.emedicine.com/med/byname/carcinoma-in-situ-of-the-urinary-bladder.htm The most common symptoms of bladder cancer include the following: Blood in the urine (hematuria) Pain or burning during urination without evidence of urinary tract infection Change in bladder habits, such as having to urinate more often or feeling the strong urge to urinate without producing much urine These symptoms are nonspecific. This means that these symptoms are also linked with many other conditions that have nothing to do with cancer. Having these symptoms does not necessarily mean you have bladder cancer. If you have any of these symptoms, you should see your health-care provider right away. People who can see blood in their urine, especially older males who smoke, are considered to have a high likelihood of bladder cancer until proven otherwise. Blood in the urine is usually the first warning sign of bladder cancer. Unfortunately, the blood is often invisible to the eye. This is called microscopic hematuria, and it is detectable with a simple urine test. In some cases, enough blood is in the urine to noticeably change the urine color. The urine may have a slightly pink or orange hue, or it may be bright red with or without clots If your urine changes color, you need to see your health-care provider. Bladder cancer often causes no symptoms until it reaches an advanced state that is difficult to cure. Therefore, you may want to talk to your health-care provider about screening tests if you have risk factors for bladder cancer. Screening is testing for cancer in people who have never had the disease and have no symptoms but who have one or more risk factors. Ref:http://www.emedicinehealth.com/bladder_cancer/page3_em.htm Take Care. Best

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Comment by tbecker on Mon 06, Sep 2010 08:55pm:
I have a question I am a 28 year old female and have been having severe abdomen pain for awhile I went to a urologist a few weeks ago to have a cystoscopy done and he looked inside my bladder and found I have a whole bunch of red patches in my bladder I also have some blood in my urine that is microscopic. What could these red patches be along with the pain and blood I've been having and should I get a biopsy done just to be safe.

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