The bladder is the largest organ in your body and has many functions, including the absorption of waste products and the production of urine.
But in order to treat bladder cancer, you need to know what’s in there.
There are three main types of bladder cancer.
There’s the more common benign type, called bladder adenocarcinoma, which is cancerous in the bladder, and there are a few other types that can grow and spread, including cancerous cancers of the bladder lining, the bladder spleen and the urethra.
Here are the types of cancers that affect the bladder.
Type 1 bladder cancer: A benign form of bladder cell cancer that usually develops in people over the age of 60.
It can spread to other parts of the body, such as the bladder and the bowel, where it can cause pain and infection.
Symptoms include pain and discomfort in the lower part of the abdomen and in the rectum, but can also cause symptoms such as fever, diarrhoea, vomiting and bladder pain.
Treatment: A patient can undergo a series of treatments, including surgery and chemotherapy, to remove the cancerous cells.
But the more advanced types of cancer can take longer to grow, and it can be difficult to know exactly when you might have them.
Type 2 bladder cancer (cancer of the urinary bladder): A type of bladder carcinoma that grows and attacks the bladder wall and bladder bladder lining.
Symptoms of the disease include pain in the upper part of abdomen and pain in or around the bladder area.
Treatment options: The most common treatment for Type 2 is surgery, and can involve removal of the tumor, which usually involves removing the cancer from the bladder using a laparoscopic or incisional procedure.
There is also a type of chemotherapy known as chemo-therapy.
Type 3 bladder cancer The most advanced type of cancer, called Type 3, has the ability to cause bleeding in the urinary tract, which can lead to infection, infection with other types of bacteria and a lack of normal urine flow.
Symptoms: A person with Type 3 can develop symptoms including pain in their lower abdomen and bladder pressure, and pain, and bleeding in or near the bladder at times.
Treatment Options: Surgery can be performed to remove this type of tumor.
Other options include surgery to remove other types or chemotherapy.