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    So delighted to hear your good news LiMichelle. I can only imagine your utter relief.

    Definitely on to bigger and brighter things.

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    What a relief! So happy for you.

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    Glad to hear What a relief it must be!!!

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    Yippee!!! That is terrific!

    Are you going to get the mass removed?

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    So happy for you!!

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    Fabulous news, and thank you for sharing it with us!

    What kind of leakage treatments did he offer, and what made you elect to pass on them?

    Did doc tell you that weight loss can resolve the problem?

    Thrilled for you!
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    Nice to hear some positive news, all the best.

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    Great news, must be a relief. Take care and enjoy some down time.
    Originally Posted by limichelle
    He told me the Wonderful news: The urine shows no signs of a tumor or cancer cells. Then he did the cystoscope to find not only my bladder pristine but the Ďmassí is outside the wall of the bladder. The best news was when he told me that so called mass is a benign growth of some type as in imaging it shows no blood growth.

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    Hi everyone!

    Thank you so much for all the awesome responses!

    The benign mass unfortunately canít be removed as itís attached to the opposite side of the bladder wall. But he said since itís benign there isnít anything that needs to be done. So Iím going to just ignore it.

    He offered me Botox for the bladder and I said I would like to lose weight before anymore procedures have to happen. He said by me losing even fifty pounds Iíll notice a big resolve in my leakage going away.

    So I see him in January for the follow up.

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    Originally Posted by limichelle
    Hi everyone!

    Thank you so much for all the awesome responses!

    The benign mass unfortunately canít be removed as itís attached to the opposite side of the bladder wall. But he said since itís benign there isnít anything that needs to be done. So Iím going to just ignore it.

    He offered me Botox for the bladder and I said I would like to lose weight before anymore procedures have to happen. He said by me losing even fifty pounds Iíll notice a big resolve in my leakage going away.

    So I see him in January for the follow up.
    Thats terrific! You didn't want to mess with your weight before learning about the mass, but you've since learned that removing some of the weight from the mass can depressurize it's impact on your bladder--is this correct?

    So glad for you, and I'll bet than any toning to your core along with relieving the pressure of weight could make additional treatments unnecessary--or at least minimize the dosage needed to be effective.

    Celebrating your liberation from fear, and looking forward to hearing of your progress.

    Cheers, Lisa!

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