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Defecating, urinating blood. Prostrate and partial bladder removed. History of prostrate cancer. Treatment?

My dad is defecating and urinating blood (bright red). He has had a past medical history of prostate cancer . He has had his prostate removed, and a fraction of his bladder . He is being extremely stubborn & doesn t want to go to the hospital to get answers. I just would like to know the possibilities of what it could be.
Asked On : Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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Jul 2016
Your father is known to have cancer of prostate and has been operated in which prostate with part of the bladder has also been removed.It is likely that his cancer ha recurred again and has also involved the bladder that is the reason he is passing blood in urine and stool.It is a cancer of prostate in advanced stage.Pl get his ultrasound scanning and C.T scan done to confirm.
Answered: Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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