Posted by: Greg Lance-Watkins
DoB: 26-Jan-1946
Chepstow, NP16 7LR, Monmouthshire, United Kingdoms.
tel: 01594 - 528 337

All ideas and info. provided here are to be discussed with your medical professionals. I am NOT Medically trained. I have merely had this vile disease since 1998 - always use your Common Sense and seek expert medical advice.
YOU MAY FIND THE LINKS in text and in the Right Sidebar of Help.
I can NOT vouch for any external site that I may direct readers to & therefore can NOT accept any legal responsibility - this is a personal blog of that which I believe only.
I do NOT believe there are magical cures hidden from us by our medical professionals though there are without doubt cases that seem cured as if by magic. Medical knowledge of this disease is very rudimentary and research frequently profligate but pointless!
However - sticking goji berries in your ear on a moonless night or similar WILL NOT HELP - Nor will the price paid for quackery be it here OR Mexico, Brazil or China!
There are many health care professionals trying their very best with great care and compassion but perfection is a little way off!
Be Minded:
I have cancer - cancer does not have me!

"Cowards die many times before their deaths; The valiant never taste of death but once.
Of all the wonders that I yet have heard, it seems to me most strange that men should fear;
Seeing that death, a necessary end, will come when it will come". - (Julius Caesar - Act II, Scene II).

Tuesday, 5 January 1971


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Flexible Cystoscopy is a method of introducing a camera or instruments into the bladder to facilitate viewing/investigating the condition of the bladder, the visible part of the prostate gland and the two entries from the left and right kidneys.

The procedure is conducted with a cystoscope which can also introduce a number of instruments into the bladder to perform various procedures.

The tube of a flexible cystoscope is approximately the diameter of a large conventional drinking straw snd can be introduced without pain but to reduce discomfort a slightly anaethetising lubricant is used to introduce the cystoscope through the aperture of the urethra - the tube that voids urine from the bladder.

The female urethra is less complex and is only 4-5cms. long (1.5 > 2 inches) that of males is approximately 20cms. in length (8inches) passing through the penis and through the prostate gland into the bladder with a couple of channels joining the urethra for the introduction of semen and ejaculate from the testese and prostate respectively.

You can watch a video almost 7 minutes long explaining the procedures associated with Flexible Cystoscopy if you CLICK HERE
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I Have Been Fighting Cancer since 1997 & I'M STILL HERE!
I Have Cancer, Cancer Does NOT Have Me

I just want to say sorry for copping out at times and leaving Lee and friends to cope!
Any help and support YOU can give her will be hugely welcome.
I do make a lousy patient!
If YOU want to follow my fight against Cancer from when it started and I first presented with symptoms see The TAB just below the Header of this Blog. called >DIARY of Cancer< just click and it will give you a long list of the main events in chronological order.
Thoughts and comments will be in chronological order in the main blog and can be tracked in the >ARCHIVE< in the Right Sidebar.
You may find the TABS >MEDICAL LINKS< and also >CANCER LINKS< of help. . YOU are welcome to call me if you believe I can help in ANY way.
Posted by: Greg Lance-Watkins
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