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Coping skills

Living with cancer is never easy. But dealing with the physical effects of bladder cancer and its treatment can be especially difficult. This is particularly true if you have a stoma or urostomy bag. You may wonder how the changes in your body will affect your normal activities, your relationships and your sexuality.

It may help to know that having a stoma or urostomy bag doesn't mean you can't be active or live a normal life. The bags are small, inconspicuous under clothing and shouldn't leak. You can work, travel, exercise and even swim.

Even so, it may be difficult to come to terms psychologically with the physical changes you've experienced. Although there are no easy answers for coping with bladder cancer, the following suggestions may help:

  • Find ways to make your life easier. If you have problems with incontinence or need to change a urostomy bag, try to sit in the back of a movie theater, concert hall or meeting room. That way you're less conspicuous if you need to leave for the bathroom. Sit in an aisle seat on an airplane or train. Allow for breaks when planning long trips, seminars or excursions.

  • Share your concerns with others. When you feel ready, consider talking to someone you trust about your concerns. This might be a friend, a family member, your doctor, a social worker, a spiritual adviser or a counselor. You may also find it helpful to talk to other people with bladder cancer. They can tell you how they've coped with problems similar to the ones you're facing.

  • One of the best ways to do that is to join a support group for people with bladder cancer. Although support groups aren't for everyone, they can sometimes be a good resource for practical information about your disease. You may also find strength and encouragement in being with people who are facing the same challenges you are.

  • If you're interested in learning more about support groups, talk to a doctor, nurse, social worker or psychologist. They may be able to put you in touch with a group in your area. Or check your local phone book, library or cancer organization.

  • After deciding to participate in a group, try it out a few times. If it doesn't seem useful or comfortable, you don't have to continue.

  • Don't be afraid of intimacy. Your natural reaction to changes in your body may be to avoid intimacy. Although it may not be easy, it's vitally important to discuss these feelings with your partner. You may also find it helpful to talk to a therapist, either on your own or together. Remember that you can express your sexuality in many ways. Touching, holding, hugging and caressing may become far more important to you and your partner. In fact, the closeness you develop may produce greater sexual intimacy than you've ever had.

  • Intimacy issues may be even harder to address if you're not currently in a committed relationship. You may worry that no one will ever find you attractive or desirable. In that case, the advice and understanding of a medical social worker or other therapist who understands bladder cancer can be a tremendous help. Your doctor may be able to recommend a qualified counselor.


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