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I had bladder cancer diagnosed in 1999. My bladder was removed and an internal pouch was made from part of my intestines. A small opening in my abdomen leading to this pouch enabled me to eliminate urine with the use of a catherter. One of the problems I had with catherization was that when you needed to cath, you needed to cath or you better have a change of clothing. I had infection after infection for a long time after the surgery but finally they eased off. Unfortunately I had problems with the internal pouch and now I must wear a bag. This is not bad. At least it beats the alternatives. I'm now starting my 11th year being cancer free. Eleven years being with my children and grandchildren and living long enough to meet and fall in love with my great granddaughter.