If you have signs or symptoms such as blood in the urine (haematuria), lower abdominal pain, urinary frequency, bladder irritation, fever and weight loss, you should arrange to see your GP to arrange further investigation.
Please bear in mind that many of the symptoms of bladder cancer can mimic those of common, benign conditions, but haematuria should always raise suspicions until a diagnosis is confirmed.
If you have been diagnosed with bladder cancer and have questions or concerns about your diagnosis and treatment you should talk to your specialist nurse.
Here is a list of relevant organisations and their website links – many of these can provide patients and carers with support and further information about research and current treatment options.
- Action on Bladder Cancer
- Macmillan Cancer Support
- Cancer Help UK
- Marie Curie Cancer Care
- Cancer Research UK
- Urology Partners
- Any links provided by Pelican Cancer Foundation are as an aid to general cancer information.
- Pelican Cancer Foundation takes no responsibility for the information provided within these links. The accuracy for the content of these links lies with the owner of the particular visited website.
- Any medical information or treatment options should be discussed with your doctor – Pelican Cancer Foundation cannot give advice on medical issues in any context.