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What are the symptoms of bladder cancer?

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The most common -- and often, the first -- symptom is blood in your urine. It may be just a little, or it can be enough to change its color. It may turn orange, pink, or darker red. You may see blood one day, but not the next. If you have bladder cancer, the blood eventually comes back. In some cases, you can’t see blood in your urine. Your doctor or lab tech will detect it with a urine test.

From: What Are the Symptoms of Bladder Cancer? WebMD Medical Reference

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American Cancer Society: “Signs and Symptoms of Bladder Cancer.” 

American Society of Clinical Oncology: “Bladder Cancer: Symptoms and Signs.”

Reviewed by Louise Chang on November 18, 2018

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SOURCES:

American Cancer Society: “Signs and Symptoms of Bladder Cancer.” 

American Society of Clinical Oncology: “Bladder Cancer: Symptoms and Signs.”

Reviewed by Louise Chang on November 18, 2018

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