This website is about bladder cancer and women living with neobladders.
Our bladders are precious vessels and we don’t realize what an incredible organ it is until we lose them.
Found out you have bladder cancer? I did, too. Let me share my experience with you.
Please read my posts :
5) An About-turn - Portland, Oregon For the next 4 months I was so dead set on getting the Urostomy that I had never attempted to google what an actual Urostomy really looked like. I knew that a pouch is attached to a conduit that… 4) Chemotherapy and the wait - This has to be the hardest part to write as going into an infusion room, one cannot but wonder about the patients in there, myself included. People from different walks of life, different ages and genders end up there fighting a common enemy – cancer. An old Greek American sat next to me. He looked… 3) Cavalry - My Cavalry My Bladder cancer is separate from my Ovarian cancer, the latter which was discovered more than two years… 2) My precious vessel - A thoughtful bouquet from Audrey and Chee Hong It’s a habit now. Ever since that day at our neighborhood diner’s restroom when I saw blood in my pee, I will always now stare at the toilet bowl to make sure that all is good before I flush. It is through no fault of the diner, which will remain… 1) Diagnosed with Bladder Cancer - Our lives were turned upside down when I was diagnosed with Bladder Cancer. Nothing is worse than having to be told you have cancer and it is made especially worse when you are told you have cancer during the holiday rush because the doctors you would like to confer with are off on vacations and…