A neobladder is a common urinary diversion performed by urologists. It is a simple form of urinary tract reconstruction that uses the ileum (a small piece of the intestine) as a place for your body to store urine until you go to the bathroom.
Join Dr. Sia Daneshmand, MD and patient advocates Rick Bangs and Lydia Saravis to discuss:
• What a neobladder is and how is it created?
• Adjusting to the new normal with neobladder – what you should know
• Tips for managing an neobladder – care and keeping, and solving common problems
• Living well with neobladder after bladder cancer
• Q & A