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Urologic Cancer Community

This patient support community is for discussions relating to urologic cancers including: Bladder Cancer, Kidney Cancer, Colon Cancer, Penis Cancer, Renal Pelvis Cancer, Testicular Cancer, Ureter Cancer.
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Well my story starts this past Feb 1 where I was diagnosed with diastolic dysfunction of the left ventricle so for treatment my cardiolog...
I had my bladder removed 7 years ago due to cancer. I now have a large peristomal hernia. My bloods prior to my last check showed raise...
i have had this lump on my penis for a few months now, never really payed attention to it just until now, it's about the same colour as m...
Hello. I noticed a new bump on my right testicle. I do a self-check every couple of months or so, and the last time I did one it definite...
A month ago I began to notice a small pea-sized lump on a tube within the bottom of my scrotum. It is not on a testicle, or even near...
My wife has been having extreme kidney pain (left) after kidney stones and the doctors don't seem to agree on what is happening. Ultraso...
I am a 21 year old male. So I had some serious lower stomach pain. It hurt so bad I thought I was having appendicitis. So I went to the e...
From my cystoscopy the Urologist wrote "near the left ureteric orifice there was two small papillary lesions One thing that I'm con...
I saw blood in my urine. Went to my doctor and he did urine test that showed microscopic blood. He referred me for a ct scan and to a u...
Hello! I've discovered a bilateral carotid body paraganglioma recently. In order to investigate the possibility of a feocromocitom, due ...
Should he have biopsy is it safe procedure for him he is also diabetic.
My 89 year old father required a catheter for about one month (issues arising from enlarged prostate and prostate cancer). During this p...
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