Bladder Tumor Treatment

Bladder Tumor

The bladder is a hollow organ in the lower abdomen. The bladder has a muscular wall that allows it to grow and shrink as urine to be stored or emptied. It is a place to store urine. Wall of the bladder is filled with several layers of transitional cells.
Urine moves from the kidneys to the bladder through two tubes called urethra.

What is Bladder Tumor?

Bladder tumor is cancer that has a bladder tissue. The bladder is a hollow organ located in the lower abdomen. It serves as a conduit for urine from the kidneys through the urethra. This channel is for storing urine prior to discharge from the body. It’s like a small balloon and has a muscular wall that allows it to get larger or smaller. Urine is a liquid made by the kidneys when they clean the blood. Urine flow from both kidneys to the bladder through two tubes called ureters. When the bladder emptied during urination, urine from the bladder to the outside of the body through another tube called the urethra.

Bladder Tumor are very dangerous for the human now because its can kill them if not treated the patient as soon as possible.Those are very important to make discussion about the bladder tumor because in 2000 to 2010 diseases are improvement 20 percent in case.
This problem must to find and solve what course and fact about the problem happen?

Types of Bladder Tumor

That are types of bladder tumor are Transitional carcinoma cell, Squamous carcinoma cell and adenocarcinoma.

Transitional carcinoma cell this tumor is in the innermost lining of the bladder. This cells is the most common tumor for bladder tumor.

Squamous carcinoma cell is a type of bladder tumor that begins in cells that normally form the lining of the bladder, called transitional cell. Squamous carcinoma cells is a tumor of bladder, which began in the bladder wall is thin and flat.

Adenocarcinoma  is the type of tumor that begins in the cells that make and release mucus and other fluids.

What the Cause of Bladder Tumor?

Many cause that can be detected such as :

  1. Smoking.
  2. Occupations at risk are metal industry workers, rubber industry workers, workers in the textile industry.
  3. Hairdressers are thought to be at risk as well because of their frequent exposure to permanent hair dyes.
  4. Certain drugs such as cyclophosphamide and phenacetin.
  5. Chronic bladder irritation (infection, bladder stones, catheters, bilharzia).

symptoms of bladder tumor

The symptoms of bladder tumor may include the following:

  • Blood in the urine.
  • Pain or burning feeling or pain when passing urine.
  • Feel need to urinate more frequently.
  • Feel an urgent need to urinate

Blood in the urine (haematuria) is the most common symptom of bladder tumor but you may not notice it every day. If you find blood in your urine, it is important to make an appointment to see Chinese Master to discuss this. Blood in the urine can be a symptom of a range of medical conditions and could indicate a bladder infection.


KL Kuala Lumpur Medicine Ways of Bladder Tumor Treatment

Kuala Lumpur KL herbs and acupuncture treatment from Chinese Master have been proven effective treatment for bladder tumor. For those who come early enough and take herbal intensive treatment will heal and recover from the whole tumor cells that are not desired.

Patients suffering from this disease don’t have to bad and sad about feeling because herbal and acupuncture treatment by Chinese master is very effective. The herbs treatment without chemical materials and no side effect. Herbal treatment is effective because the cells die or fatigue can return to normal. Treatment function does not require surgery. Duration of treatment and recovery rates depends on the grade, stages and types of cancer, the location cancer, the size of cancer,how long that cancer are happen and also age and patients general health. Patients have recovered after performing in KL Kuala Lumpur treatment of herbs and acupuncture  treatment by Chinese master.


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