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Bladder Cancer Symptoms

The most common symptoms include:

Haematuria (Blood in the urine) - this will usually happen suddenly and painlessly and may come and go. Sometimes you can not see the blood in your urine but it can be picked up on a routine urine test.

Bladder changes - bladder irritation may cause a feeling of burning when you void or a feeling of wanting to void often and/or urgently. These symptoms are more common with a normal infection but, if they do not settle after treatment with antibiotics, further tests may be needed.
More common bladder problems such as infection or stones may cause the above symptoms and most people won't have bladder cancer.

However, if you experience any of these symptoms you should see your GP or urologist.

If you're experiencing symptoms of bladder cancer or have been recently diagnosed, please call 020 7224 5089 or use the appointment form to book a consultation.

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