They say that a condom should be used for 6 weeks after treatment, but how can 6 weeks be a magic number? My wife needs to know absolutely that she will not be harmed by this bacteria, so is there a test that can be done to insure that this is not longer a threat to her health? Please advise.
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1 answer • 22 Sep 2009
If after surgery for multiple tcc, found to be , low grade,, non invasive, and then 6 wks of bcg, a?
reoccurence is found! should the next go-around (surgery and bcg) include 6-more weeks of bcg alone? or mix with interferon? or something else along ...
1 answer • 9 Oct 2009
We have been adding clorox to the toilet and and spraying Clorox Anywhere on the bathroom fixtures following urination of the bcg. What other ...
1 answer • 2 Jul 2010
I have bladder cancer. My Uroligist tells me that BCG is no longer made in this country. Where may it be obtained???
2 answers • 6 Aug 2012
protected sex today but the condom was torn when i pulled it out of her. So is there is need to take levonorgestrel again ? How much time period is ...
1 answer • 19 Feb 2014