bladder health

Ostomy Basics

Ostomy Basics

Watch this video to learn the basics about ostomies after bladder cancer.

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Take Our Quiz: What’s the Difference Between Bladder Cancer and a UTI?

Learn more about the similarities and differences between urothelial bladder cancer and urinary tract infections

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Life After Diagnosis: Navigating the Things You Love with Urothelial Bladder Cancer

Tips to help you maintain your everyday lifestyle after a UBC diagnosis

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Sex After Bladder Cancer

Many women struggle with their sexuality after treatment, but it is possible to have a satisfying sex life after bladder cancer

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Fast Facts: What You Need to Know About Smoking and Bladder Cancer

Learn how smoking and vaping affect your risk of developing bladder cancer

Monica Cox

I Became a Bladder Cancer Survivor at 30

Bladder cancer most often affects older adults. My diagnosis was an exception.

Senior adult patient talks with doctor

Why Sex and Race Matter in Bladder Cancer Treatment

Although men are more likely to develop bladder cancer, women and Black people have lower survival rates

Dr. Sarah Psutka

A Conversation With Dr. Sarah Psutka About Bladder Cancer

Dr. Sarah Psutka explains the symptoms associated with bladder cancer and how treatments can affect women’s daily lives

It Took 2 Years and a Second Opinion to Find My Bladder Cancer

It Took 2 Years and a Second Opinion to Find My Bladder Cancer

Now I'm cancer-free and helping others understand the disease

What Women Need to Know About Urothelial Bladder Cancer

What Women Need to Know About Urothelial Bladder Cancer

UBC can often be confused with postmenopausal bleeding or UTIs

Fast Facts: Everything You Need to Know About Urothelial Bladder Cancer

Fast Facts: Everything You Need to Know About Urothelial Bladder Cancer

UBC is more common in men, but women often fare worse. Dr. Lee Ann Richter gives us the facts.

Need to Pee During Sex? How Overactive Bladder Affects Intimate Relationships

Need to Pee During Sex? How Overactive Bladder Affects Intimate Relationships

For women living with bladder challenges, communication and self-confidence may lead to a healthy sex life.

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Common Exercise Therapy May Not Help Women With Leaky Bladder

A commonly promoted exercise purported to help a woman control a leaky bladder probably isn't effective, experts say.

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One More Mom-to-Teenage-Daughter Talk: The School Bathroom

Your teenage daughter probably doesn't want to talk to you about her bathroom habits or her school bathroom, but it's important to talk about her bladder health.

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