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Constant Discharge After Hysterectomy and Bladder Removal

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Constant Discharge After Hysterectomy and Bladder Removal

by Olgap on Tue Jan 03, 2006 12:00 AM

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My mother is 77 and had a hysterectomy and her bladder removed on Nov. 1, since then she has had constant and fowl discharge, her surgeon has since only recomended an antibiotic Keflex to relieve this simptom but she has been on it for a long time without any significant changes. Me and my family members have expressed our concern about this problem and the fact that they want to put her on chemotherapy but have felt like this surgeon and her cancer team are not communicatin with each other and are disatisfied with their aproach . Is this really safe to have my mother go thru chemotherapy at this time eventhough she is not healed and has this cloudy discharge?

a Good Resource For Your Mom

by Penguin on Thu Jan 05, 2006 12:00 AM

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Here is a website that is very helpful. A lot of members very knowledgable on bladder cancer. If you post your question there I'm sure someone will have an answer. You have to click on the join the list to submit a question and register (it's free). A lot of women on the list. I had my bladder removed on 11/1 also and had a neobladder. Both this list and the acor site have helped me greatly. The acor list has many more active members. Hope this helps, the site is http://blcwebcafe.org/listinfo.asp Tim RC 11/1/05

What is The Acor List?

by Bladdercanceratfifty on Thu Jan 12, 2006 12:00 AM

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I wasnt able to pull up your link. I was recently diagnoised with bladder cancer in October and Im trying to read up as much as I can. Does anyone else have other bladder websites to visit?

Webcafe

by Penguin on Thu Jan 12, 2006 12:00 AM

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Hi Sheila, Try www.blcwebcafe.org that will bring you to the home page for the bladder cancer side of acor. also try www.bcan.org the webcafe has the most knowledgable people that I have found on the web. Tim If you still have trouble please let me know so I can help
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