Question about Cystoscopy I am going to have done

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Pin Cushion
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   Posted 11/16/2006 6:29 PM (GMT -6)   
Hello, I am going in for my first Cystoscopy  and was hoping for some information on what to expect during. after, etc...
Biggest question I have is I have been told  they will do local and having nightmares about where they will be giving me a shot!?!?!
I have Crohns and have had many colonoscopys done but never had cameras in the front end.
Sigmoid Colostomy / Crohns / Type 1 Diabetic / Ostioarthritus / Fibromyalgia / Asthma / High Blood Pressure / High Colesterol / Migraines. Ain't life a joy?

* I think it may be time for a colorful metaphor*

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   Posted 11/16/2006 6:58 PM (GMT -6)   
Doll, if you've had a colonoscopy done you won't have a problem with a cystoscope. There is sooo much more discomfort involved in sticking 6 feet of scope into one's intestine and a thin urethrascope barely 14 inches in total length. You will do just fine. A little valium wouldn't be a bad idea. It's clear you are worried but try to's not a terrible procedure.

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   Posted 11/18/2006 5:11 PM (GMT -6)   



Sending extra strength to you for your procedure.  Can’t help much in what the process is…

Just wanted to let you know we are thinking of you..


When I saw your member name "PINCUSHION"... it made me smile and I thought of when I was a child ~  I loved going through my ma-ma's sewing box and seeing... the beautiful colorful pin heads in her pincushion. 


Take care and know we care,

Lee & Buddy

mama bluebird - Lee & Buddy… 53 on surgery day

RRP April 3, 2006   PSA 4.6 Gleason  3+3=6  T2a   Confined to Prostate

June 29th PSA Less than 0.1 Non-detectable

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   Posted 11/19/2006 10:35 PM (GMT -6)   


My husband had a cysto in the doctor's office.  He was given an IV of valium and he didn't really remember anything.  He was a little groggy when he came out of there and they wheeled him to our car.  He did have a few bladder spasms and they sent home a sample of something to control those.  After a few hours he was back to normal.  Hope this helps!



My Husband was Diagnosed 9/22/06

*42 yrs old

*Abnormal DRE with nodule

*3+4=7 Gleason

*2.6 PSA

*3 of 9 cores on right positive, 6 on left negative

*Perineal prostatectomy 10/23/06

*Gleason came back 6 after path and confined to prostate
*Negative Bone and CT scan

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