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My husband returned from hospital today. He went there to get some results concerning his bladder obstruction problems. His trouble with bladder started several months ago, when he for the first time in his life, felt a lot of pain during urination. This pain also occurred in his abdominal area; he started urinating more frequently. Anyway, he said today that doctors are not that certain about the cause of his obstruction and that additional examinations will take place. What if he is diagnosed with bladder cancer? What then? Is there a way out of it?

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You never mentioned one most common thing that happens if someone is suffering from bladder cancer - blood in urine. Since it is not the case in your husband’s condition, we can say with great certainty that he does not have a cancer. Still, we will wait for those results. He most probably has his bladder obstruction caused by benign prostate hyperplasia - this is the most common cause of this condition.
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