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What is Cystocopy?
Cystoscopy is a procedure that is done to diagnose and treat conditions affecting your urinary bladder (the sac that holds your urine) and urethra (the tube that carries the urine out of the body). This procedure is done using a cystoscope. It is a thin tube with an attached lens, a video camera and a light at the end.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Cystoscopy is a safe procedure and serious side effects are rare.
Cystoscopy is performed by a urologist (a doctor that specializes in diseases of the urinary tract).
The cost of diagnostic cystoscopy ranges between INR 20,000 to INR 30,000. For operative cystoscopy, it can cost up to INR 2,00,000. This may vary on a case to case basis depending upon the procedure, complexities associated with the disease, institution and geographical location.
The possible complications during a cystoscopy include:
- Urinary tract infections: During cystoscopy, organisms can enter your urinary tract leading to an infection.
- Bleeding from the site of the procedure.
- Pain in the abdomen.
- Injury to the bladder or the urethra.
- Swelling in the urethra: This causes difficulty in urinating.
Cystoscopy is a safe procedure that is used for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting your bladder. The recovery period depends upon the procedure done. Usually, you can get back to your normal activities in 24-48 hours.
If you experience the following symptoms, you need to consult your doctor immediately:
- Inability to urinate
- Burning and discomfort while urinating that lasts for more than two days
- Blood clots in the urine or blood-red urine
- Persistent high fever (with a temperature above 100°F).
Based on the procedure, your doctor will schedule a follow-up appointment. For diagnostic tests, you will get the results immediately. If you have had a biopsy you will need to wait for 4-5 days to receive the results. After the removal of any abnormal growths such as tumours, your doctor will schedule an appointment 7 to 10 days weeks after the procedure to check for proper recovery.
After the procedure, you might feel mild irritation and a burning sensation while urinating. You might also notice blood in your urine and a need to urinate frequently. However, these problems do not last for more than 48 hours after the procedure.