Watch this video to learn the basics about ostomies after bladder cancer.
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Tips to help you maintain your everyday lifestyle after a UBC diagnosis
Many women struggle with their sexuality after treatment, but it is possible to have a satisfying sex life after bladder cancer
Learn how smoking and vaping affect your risk of developing bladder cancer
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Although men are more likely to develop bladder cancer, women and Black people have lower survival rates
Dr. Sarah Psutka explains the symptoms associated with bladder cancer and how treatments can affect women’s daily lives
This condition can be embarrassing and intrusive, but it can be treated
Now I'm cancer-free and helping others understand the disease
Urinary leakage affects 1 in 4 women and is treatable at any age
UBC can often be confused with postmenopausal bleeding or UTIs
For women living with bladder challenges like overactive bladder (OAB), the quarantine may be more familiar than for the rest of us.
After hiding my urinary incontinence for years, I've learned to embrace my age and accept my body.