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Cystoscopy Treatment Treatment & Diagnostics in C Scheme, Jaipur

Cystoscopy Treatment

Cystoscopy is a procedure that’s used by doctors to diagnose and treat urinary tract problems, which includes bladder cancer, bladder control, enlarged prostates, and UTIs or urinary tract infections. During a cystoscopy procedure, a scope is inserted inside the urinary tract to take a look at the bladder and the urethra.

For cystoscopy, a cystoscope is used, which is a pencil-sized tube with a camera attached to it. The tube has lights present in it, which enables your doctor to clearly see and detect any abnormalities as the images from the camera are magnified.

Who Needs a Cystoscopy?

When you visit your doctor at Apollo Spectra, Jaipur due to certain symptoms of urinary problems where you feel the need to urinate frequently or experience painful urination, this procedure might be suggested to better diagnose the condition. If you are going through the below-mentioned conditions, a cystoscopy might be suggested.

  • Blood in urine
  • Frequent UTIs or urinary tract infections
  • Overactive bladder
  • Pelvic pain

Cystoscopy can help identify any underlying bladder conditions and problems with the ureters, noncancerous growth, enlarged prostate gland, blockages, tumours or stones. Your doctor can also pass surgical tools through the instrument to remove any small bladders tumours or stones and even a biopsy sample.

How to Prepare for a Cystoscopy?

  • Understand that it is a simple procedure and you dont have to be nervous
  • If you are someone who is suffering from a UTI or a weak immune system, you might have to take antibiotics prescribed by your doctor both before and after the procedure
  • A urine test might also be conducted before your procedure
  • Since this procedure will be performed under anaesthesia, it is important to have someone drive you to and from the hospital
  • Once the procedure is complete, make sure you take plenty of rest
  • You might also have to talk to your doctor about all the medication you take as some medicines are prohibited before the surgery

When to Contact a Doctor at Apollo Spectra, Jaipur?

If you notice any side effects to the procedure or you have questions regarding the procedure, talk to your doctor in Jaipur.

Request an appointment at Apollo Spectra Hospitals, Jaipur

Call 1860 500 2244 to book an appointment.

What are the Types of Anesthesia That Can Be Administered During The Procedure?

Local Anesthesia: As an outpatient procedure, usually local anaesthesia will be administered so that you are awake but unable to feel any pain.

General Anesthesia: This is the anaesthesia that will render you unconscious during the procedure. For this, you will have to fast several hours before the procedure.

Regional Anesthesia: Here, an injection is administered to the back that will numb the area below the waist.

Once the procedure is over, you will have to stay in the hospital for a few hours.

What is the Procedure?

  • Before the procedure, you will be asked to empty your bladder
  • You will be asked to change into a surgical gown and lie down on the treatment table
  • Antibiotics may be given to prevent any infection
  • Anaesthesia will be administered
  • The scope is properly lubricated and then inserted inside the urethra

What to Expect After The Surgery?

You may experience some burning sensation while urinating for a day or two after the procedure. However, this is completely normal. After the procedure, you might feel the need to urinate frequently. It is important to do so as controlling your bladder can accumulate blood in the bladder. But make sure you drink plenty of water.

The recovery process after the procedure takes a couple of days. Therefore, take complete rest. If you feel too much pain, a warm washcloth over the urethra can provide relief. And remember, take any painkillers after getting an okay from the doctor.

Is cystoscopy a safe procedure?

Mostly yes, therefore, it is important to visit the right doctor.

What are the risks associated with the procedure?

The swollen urethra, bleeding, and infection.

How many days will you need to fully heal?

Two weeks

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