Information on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Your health and well-being is our highest priority. As we welcome you back to services, please continue to stay informed with Doylestown Health's response to COVID-19. Learn more

Welcome Back: A message from Doylestown Health's President and CEO, Jim Brexler

We've established several new precautions to protect the health of our patients and staff. Hear from our President and CEO, Jim Brexler, and learn about the additional steps we've taken to keep you safe. Learn more

Symptoms

Bladder Cancer Symptoms

Blood in the urine is the most common symptom of bladder cancer. Someone experiencing this symptom may notice blood that looks bright red or has a tea-colored appearance. Other times, blood is not detected visually, but rather from a test using a microscope. Bleeding may start and stop with irregularity. It is important to note that infections, benign tumors, bladder stones or other problems can also cause blood in the urine.

Symptoms of bladder cancer can include one or more of the following:

  • Blood in urine (hematuria)
  • Frequent urination
  • Frequent urinary tract infections
  • Pain during urination
  • Pain in the abdomen
  • Pain in the back
  • Urgent urination

Consult with a Doylestown Health Urologic Cancer Specialist

Doylestown Health urologists are available for consultation with you or anyone in your family experiencing the symptoms of bladder cancer. Our cancer care team encourages anyone with high risk factors for bladder cancer, especially cigarette smoking, to talk to your primary care provider about your screening options. Doylestown Health's Cancer Institute provides patients with the most advanced technologies and treatment options available in the Philadelphia region, including radical cystectomy, to treat and care for patients close to home.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update from Doylestown Health
Information on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

(Updated 10/14/20) Doylestown Health is coordinating with federal, state and local agencies to prevent the spread of potential COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

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