Hi everyone - thanks for sharing and thought I'll do an update and continue sharing with those who might have the same issue.
Finally got round to checking in with a urologist - thank god it was a female doc as it's one of the most unglamarous tests I've ever done in my life while having to be awake.
A colonoscoopy doesn't seemed so bad in comparison ! Lol !
They performed a Urodynamic
test which is basically to check the function and holding power of the bladder. Turns out my bladder is real healthy and I have no issue with any holding power. i.e. I have no incontinence issue.
The second test I did was a Cystoscopy
scan. Something like a colonoscopy except it's for the bladder. The camera showed a few tiny patches of red scars and bits of blood all over. Blood vessels on the bladder were also much more obvious than a regular bladder - signs of radiation impact. So apparently the radiation had affected my bladder midly resulting in some sensitivity but all in all, nothing to worry about. I'm just glad that it's not bladder cancer or the begining of early incontinence.
The mild leakage is somewhat inconclusive based on the above tests and it's probably down to slightly weak pelvic floor muscles. Recommended me to check out a physio.
Dx @ 39 F, married
Nov 18 - Dx of a mid-rectal tumour at T3N1M0 (2cm) 7cm from AV
Dec 18 - CRT, 28 sessions + Capecitabine at 3000mg daily
Jan - Mar - Wait and watch in place
Mar 19 - MRI, PET, sig flex and biopsy ordered to determine being a WW candidate.
Apr 19 - CCR. Surgery on hold. 6 cycles of Xelox.
Aug 19 - Completed 6 cycles of Xelox.
Oct 19 - Flex sig, biopsy, PET/MRI - clear
Jan 20 - Colonscopy, biopsy, MRI - clear
Jun 20 - Flex sig, biopsy, PET/MRI, CT - clear
Jan 21 - Tests scheduled