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Bladder cancer treatment can be successful just in the early cancer stages. That's why patients in the late cancer stages may be suitable for palliative cancer treatment, concentrated on relieving the pain and extending one’s life.


Bladder cancer is a cancer kind that is common. It has particular symptoms that make the identification generally simple and differ it from other cancers, for instance, lung cancer or breast cancer which grow for years even though there is no cancer sign.
Similar to other kinds of cancer, treatment of bladder cancer has several ways of relying upon the cancer stage. It may involve bladder surgery, chemotherapy treatment, and radiation therapy.
Concerning the reasons for bladder cancer, specialists found that smoking and particular industrial chemical exposure may affect the likelihood of bladder cancer growth. On the other hand, the primary behind bladder cancer is still not known.

Symptoms of Bladder Cancer

Initial signs of bladder cancer are blood in the urine and urination problems. In the later stages, weight loss, pelvic pain, and bone ache may appear. Nevertheless, most of the patients visit a specialist once they experience the initial signs. Therefore they may begin the treatment.


Relying on the kind of bladder cancer treatment, the period of preparation will change. For bladder cancer surgery, taking blood-thinning medicines, for instance, aspirin should be stopped. In addition, your specialists should be informed on the subjects of your medical history and medications.
Chemotherapy and radiation therapy do not necessitate an in-depth preparation process. It is recommended to go through other medical practices before you begin these kinds of bladder cancer treatment.

How It Is Performed

Treatment options for Bladder Cancer
4 primary kinds of cancer treatment may be accessible for bladder cancer patients who are:
• Bladder Cancer Surgery – It is possible to excise it in the early cancer stages though it relies upon the kind and case of cancer in one’s bladder.
• Chemotherapy for Bladder Cancer – medications are utilized to destroy the cells of bladder cancer throughout weeks or even months.
• Radiation Therapy for Bladder Cancer – radioactive materials are utilized to destroy cells of bladder cancer. It may be in the manner of external radiotherapy (radiation spread by a machine) or internal radiation therapy (radioactive elements injected or swallowed).
• Immunotherapy with BCG Treatment – BCG is a bacteria that leads to tuberculosis. Nonetheless, if a dose of BCG injected into the bladder, it may lead the immune system to fight with bladder cancer cells. On the other hand, BCG will not retreat every bladder cancer treated with it.


The recovery period of bladder cancer treatment may be a long one. Bladder cancer patients who experienced only the cancer surgery may recover within months, whereas the recovery from chemotherapy and radiation therapy may last months or even years. During the period of recovery, side effects will be seen.


Several complications may be seen from the treatment of bladder, and they should be considered cautiously. Bladder cancer surgery may result in infection, excessive bleeding, damage to internal organs, and other complications. At the same time, chemotherapy and radiation therapy complications may involve damage to vital organs, for instance, lungs, neurological damage, and the development of secondary cancers.

Side Effects

The side effects of bladder cancer treatment which are associated particularly with chemotherapy and radiation therapy and may involve:
• Memory and concentration problems
• Hair loss
• Weight loss
• Infertility

Success Rates

The prognosis of bladder cancer differs, relying upon the cancer stage. For people with stage 0 bladder cancer, the 5-year prognosis is 98%, while patients undergoing stage 4 bladder cancer treatment have it at the level of 15%. In general, 5-year bladder cancer prognosis is about 77%, 10-year – 70% and 15-year – 65%.


What are the Bladder Cancer Treatment Options?
Bladder cancer treatment options involve cancer surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy and immunotherapy. Which will be used in the treatment of bladder cancer generally relies upon the stages and kinds of cancer.

What Is Bladder Cancer?
Bladder cancer is a kind of cancer attacking the tissue of a bladder. Bladder cancer prognosis is often higher than other kinds of cancer, mostly due to quite obvious symptoms of bladder cancer such as blood in one’s urine.

BCG Treatment – What Is It?
BCG treatment is a kind of immunotherapy used as a bladder cancer treatment. BCG germs are injected into the bladder, causing the body's immunological system to focus on this organ and also fight cancer cells

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This content is written and reviewed by our medical content team in September, 2019.