Avoid strenuous activities, such as bicycle riding, jogging, weight lifting, or aerobic exercise, for about 3 weeks, or until your doctor says it is okay. For about 3 weeks, avoid lifting anything that would make you strain.
Since cystectomy is a surgery not just to remove the bladder but also to create a urinary diversion, the surgery includes additional risks, such as: Dehydration. Electrolyte abnormalities. Urinary tract infection.
Neobladder reconstruction, also called orthotopic neobladder reconstruction, is one option for urinary diversion. During the procedure, your surgeon uses a piece of intestine to create a new bladder that allows you to urinate voluntarily and maintain continence.
People who have a tumor that has not spread to the urethra and who are in good health may be candidates for this surgery. To create a neobladder, doctors use a segment of the small intestine that is three to four times longer than the segment needed to create an ileal conduit.
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