This disease is the killer of middle-aged and elderly people! 97% is vicious, be careful when you are over 40!

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(Summary description)This disease is the killer of middle-aged and elderly people! 97% is vicious, be careful when you are over 40!

This disease is the killer of middle-aged and elderly people! 97% is vicious, be careful when you are over 40!

(Summary description)This disease is the killer of middle-aged and elderly people! 97% is vicious, be careful when you are over 40!

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"The so-called middle-aged and elderly killer!"
"97% is malignant!"
A series of labels for this condition has given Uncle Hu, 58, a headache.
This has to be said a week ago...
Uncle Hu, as usual, prepares to go to the toilet before going to bed.
But the moment he urinated, the sleepy-eyed he was instantly woken up by fright, and he was urinating blood!
At first, Uncle Hu didn't believe his eyes, because he didn't feel any pain when urinating. But after carefully observing the urine in the urinal, he finally determined the fact that he had blood in his urine.
With doubts, Uncle Hu came to the urology department of the hospital for an examination. Ultimately, doctors concluded that he had a bladder tumor.
What is a bladder tumor?
Bladder tumors are the most common type of tumors in the urinary system, including benign bladder tumors and bladder cancer  (bladder malignant tumors). Most bladder tumors present with painless gross hematuria or microscopic hematuria as the first symptom, and patients present with intermittent, whole-course hematuria, sometimes accompanied by blood clots.
What are the symptoms of bladder tumor?
About 75% to 78% of patients with symptoms of bladder tumor suffer from hematuria, which is mostly painless or intermittent. Hematuria is mostly caused by tumor rupture and bleeding. Sometimes red blood cells can be seen in the urine only under the microscope. The hematuria of bladder cancer is usually gross hematuria throughout the whole process, that is, the urine is blood-colored during the entire urination process, and the color of the urine is usually darker when urinating is about to end; it can also be blood in the urine and then urine. Clear, or begin to clear urine and then turn to hematuria.
01 Painless
That is, when hematuria occurs, the patient does not have any pain and other uncomfortable symptoms, which is called painless hematuria in medicine. This is different from calculi with hematuria often accompanied by pain in the kidney and ureter, and is also different from hematuria caused by cystitis with frequent urination, urgency, and dysuria. However, if the tumor is necrotic, ulcerated and complicated with infection, bladder irritation symptoms such as frequent urination, urgency, and dysuria may occur.
02 Intermittent
That is, hematuria occurs intermittently, which can be stopped or relieved on its own. If hematuria occurs only once or twice, the two hematuria can be separated by several days or months, or even half a year. The patients often mistakenly believe that the hematuria has healed on its own and no further diagnosis and treatment is needed, thus losing the best time for treatment.
Who is favored by bladder cancer?
The occurrence of bladder cancer is a complex, multi-factor, multi-step pathological change process, including both internal genetic factors and external environmental factors.
01 Long-term exposure to industrial chemical products
Occupational factors are the earliest known risk factors for bladder cancer. About 20% of bladder cancers are caused by occupational factors, including those engaged in textiles, dye manufacturing, rubber chemistry, pharmaceutical preparations and pesticide production, paint, aluminum, and steel. Production, accumulation of diesel exhaust can also increase the risk of bladder cancer.
02 Smoking
A definite risk factor, 30-50% of bladder cancers are caused by smoking. It can increase the risk of bladder cancer by 2-4 times, and is proportional to the intensity and time of smoking.
03 Other
Family history, alcohol (2.53), high intake of fat, cholesterol, fried foods, red meat, coffee, etc.
In addition, the relationship between alcohol and bladder cancer is not clear, but studies have shown that the incidence of bladder cancer in drinkers is 2.53 times that of non-drinkers. High intake of fat, cholesterol, fried foods and red meat may increase the risk of bladder cancer. A cohort study in Singapore suggested that high intake of soy foods may increase the risk of bladder cancer, and some studies have suggested that soda is also a risk factor for its beverages.
It is understood that Uncle Hu is an old smoker with decades of smoking history.
How to screen for bladder cancer?
There are also some bladder cancers that may not necessarily have hematuria in the early stage. At this time, we need to use tests to screen them. So, what tests can detect bladder tumors?
Ultrasound: Bladder cancer is relatively easy to detect through imaging examinations. Under the premise of bladder filling, ultrasound sees a bulge in the originally smooth bladder, and there is a possibility of tumor at this time. The same is true for CT. CT shows that the bladder space occupying also needs further examination. At this time, the exfoliated cells can be left in the urine to see if there are tumor cells, or the cystoscope can clarify some internal conditions of the bladder, because the flexible cystoscope has a probe that can be used in the bladder. 360-degree inspection without dead angle, so that the tumor has nowhere to escape.
How to prevent bladder cancer?
01 Quit smoking
Smoking is currently the most definite risk factor for bladder cancer, and various specific nitrosamines such as nicotine and tar in tobacco can easily induce bladder cancer. The metabolism of carcinogen tryptophan in the urine of continuous smokers increased, and the concentration of carcinogens in the urine of heavy smokers was higher. Passive smokers also suffer from it. Therefore, only from the perspective of preventing bladder cancer, you should also make up your mind to quit smoking and keep yourself and the people around you away from the threat of bladder cancer.
02 Strengthen occupational protection
The risk of developing long-term exposure to industrial chemical products is proportional to the duration of exposure to aromatic amines, the dose and the degree of intimacy. After occupational carcinogens enter the body, they are metabolized and decomposed, and some carcinogenic components are stored in the bladder as wastes with urine. Because urine stays in the bladder for a long time, over time, the bladder mucosa is stimulated by carcinogenic factors for a long time and repeatedly, and it is easy to be damaged. Malignant. Therefore, occupational protection should be strengthened, labor protection facilities should be improved, and carcinogens should be prevented from entering the human body through the respiratory tract or digestive tract as much as possible.
03 Drink more water and don't hold back urine
The daily water intake of adults is about 1000-1500 ml, the water intake with food is about 700-900 ml, and the average daily urine output of normal people is 1500 ml. You can use this standard to measure whether your water metabolism is normal. Usually, you should develop the habit of drinking an appropriate amount of water, urinating frequently, and not holding back your urine. Drinking less water may increase the concentration of carcinogens in the urine of the bladder. Frequently holding back urine will increase the continuous stimulation of the carcinogens in the urine to the bladder mucosa, aggravate the damage to the bladder wall, and easily lead to bladder cancer. Therefore, you should not only drink more water and tea, but also urinate frequently, and never hold back your urine.
04 Reasonable meal
Usually pay attention to eating more vegetables and fruits to ensure that the body has enough vitamins and trace elements to facilitate the decomposition of carcinogenic nitrosamines in the body. Moderate intake of meat, eat less fried foods, and control the intake of high-fat and high-cholesterol foods. Do not replace regular drinking water with soda, and limit your intake of alcoholic beverages.
05 Eliminate cancer-promoting factors such as local inflammation in time
Early treatment of chronic cystitis, bladder stones, tuberculosis and foreign body diseases, or elimination of local irritants can effectively prevent bladder malignancy. If the physical, chemical or biological adverse factors in the bladder stimulate the bladder mucosa for a long time, it will lead to cell dysplasia, transformation of monolayer squamous tissue, cystic tissue transformation or glandular tissue transformation, etc., and eventually malignant transformation into bladder cancer.
In conclusion, compared with other cancers, bladder cancer has a more accurate treatment effect and a relatively longer survival period. It should be faced with a more positive attitude, standardized treatment, and close follow-up. In addition, it is also necessary to realize that the recurrence of bladder cancer is not equal to the deterioration. Don't be overly afraid. As long as you are actively treated, there will still be a better therapeutic effect.

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