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... I am due to have a procedure called urethral dilatation including a cystoscopy under general anaesthetic. ... (22 replies)
Feb 1, 2008
... Just to clarify, the procedure is much more painful for men, because the catheter has a lot farther to go to get to the bladder than it does for a woman. ... (25 replies)
... I've been having chronic urethral irritation for quite a few months now, brought on by a recurring UTI that sprung up twice over a period of 3 weeks. ... (12 replies)

... just short of a year ago, but still it's quite clear in my memory. Looking at the previous posts on this topic from other gentlemen it would seem that such experiences were virtually the same. ... (9 replies)
... HI Craig - I too had something done in Feb-2004 and had a Tumor removed and now I too have to see DR for Bladder Scans every 3 months. I have been seeing DR for my Bladder among other things for almost 3 years but not for tumors(I am Female) . I had a 2nd surgery and did not know about my Tumor until I decided to finally have my surgery and was told in recovery they had... (1 replies)
... occur most likely as the same stage and grade. The only pain is that I would have to keep getting them removed. Anyway, I've gone for my 3 month regular followup cystoscopy today in office with local gel anistetic to numb my urethra and it went fine, 6 months no reoccurances thus far. ... (1 replies)
... posts as well as any others I could find on here back in the summer. I didn't find as much information as I'd have liked so that was one of the reasons for posting my experiences here as well. You probably did a lot more research than I did. ... (10 replies)
... How did your cystoscopy go? ... (40 replies)
Sep 16, 2016
... I read lots of horror stories on the internet before I had it done so was expecting the worst but I was really surprised at how simple and painless it was. ... (10 replies)
... I've just been hearing all these horror stories about how people would be peeing blood for days afterward, and having lots of pain in the area following the procedure. ... (12 replies)
... to the area. At that point the nurse is holding the actual cystoscope so that the doctor can insert the other end of the scope, which is the tiny camera and light, into the urethra. The nurse then hands the cystoscope back to the doctor. ... (1 replies)
Apr 4, 2012
... existant really. Just a dull ache in the stricture area. The catheter was more of an inconvenience than painful. ... (1 replies)
Urine dribbling
Mar 5, 2009
... He also gave me samples of a medicine called Uroxatral, which is an alpha blocker for the symptoms of BPH. ... (11 replies)
... I'm in need of some advice. I am a female in my 20's and just experienced my first kidney stone. It was 1cm in size and stuck in my ureter up near my kidney. ... (1 replies)
... I am glad you told me about that as it sounds like a horrible procedure to have to endure, especially when awake. Do you mean it continues to bleed like when we get our periods or do you mean it only bleeds when we go for a wee? ... (44 replies)
Urethral Stricture
May 15, 2013
... yr old male from UK. Had cystoscopy and urethral dilation three days ago for stricture. ... (1 replies)
... s tells me that perhaps I am best see someone else as this is just awful negligence, though only a small thing, it certainly could have been a life or death sort of thing. ... (7 replies)

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