Bladder cancer has many symptoms that must be known by all peope to diagnose it so early in order to have a chance to heal it.
Symptoms of bladder cancer:
Blood in the urine, a color ranging from bright red to orange brown. Sometimes, blood in the urine can not be detected with the aid of a microscope. In 80% to 90% of cases, blood in the urine is the first sign of bladder cancer;
Painful urination (pain when urinating);
A need to urinate more frequently or suddenly very urgent;
A burning sensation or pain felt near the pubis or perineum;
Spasms of the bladder;
Pain in the lower back.
These symptoms do not necessarily indicate the presence of a malignant tumor. Indeed, they may be signs of other common problems. If such symptoms appear, it is essential to consult a doctor to order appropriate tests and determine the cause of symptoms of bladder cancer
People at risk of bladder cancer:
People whose close relative suffered from bladder cancer are more likely to be achieved.
Men are three times more likely than women;
The white city population suffers 2 times more bladder cancer than other groups of the world population;
People who often have bladder infections or suffer from calculations repeated bladder are more exposed. The inflammation of the lining of the bladder, caused by repeated infections or stones, increases the risk of developing a tumor in the area;
People who have a permanent bladder infection by a parasite schistosomiasis, which affects mostly people of the Middle East.