I was diagnosed with bladder cancer in what will be a year this coming October. Since that time, I had gone through 3 scopes with the camera on a quarterly basis and BCG treatments following the camera procedure. The last two times, I had no reoccurring tumors and my good news is the following: Extended the next look into my bladder to four months and no BCG treatments following my procedure yesterday. This is somewhat contradictory to what I had thought, which was up to two years of BCG and every quarter for a similar period for the cystoscopy. Believe, me, I am not complaining and very happy, but this learn as we go can be challenging at times. Similarly, I was not aware of Bladder spasms and suffered through them in a terrible manner for an unreasonable amount of time. I did not know how common they were wearing a catheter for almost three months. It was left in as I suffered a broken ankle the same time i was having these issues with my bladder. The loss of blood from the bladder cancer caused my hemoglobin's to drop to 3.5 which caused me to fall and break my ankle. Had this not happened, I probably would not be here now. Now after all that and to hear the aforementioned good news, is almost a miracle . These forums have been a god send for me to understand better what is going on with my body and why. Feed back will be much appreciated.