Radiation cystitis

Your appointment

We offer face-to-face appointments.

How to get an appointment

Your GP or local hospital can refer you.

Changing or cancelling your appointment

If you do not attend your appointment, we'll call you to find why and offer another appointment. If you do not attend your appointment for a second time, we'll discharge you back to the doctor who referred you.

Before your appointment

Please arrive 15 minutes before your appointment time. We'll ask you for a urine sample and flow test before your clinic appointment.

Please bring:

  • a list of medicines you take
  • a summary of your symptoms 

During your appointment

You'll see a urology consultant or urology nurse specialist.

First appointments are usually face-to-face and last 30 to 45 minutes. This may include investigations such as:

Follow-up appointments usually take 10 to 15 minutes and may be face-to face or by phone.

We're a teaching hospital. Sometimes medical students may be present at your appointment. Please let a member of staff know if you would prefer students not to be there. This will not affect your care.

After your appointment

We'll send a letter to the doctor who referred you. We'll send a copy of this letter to you and your GP.

We'll put together a treatment plan for you if you need one. We'll arrange any follow-up appointments you may need.

Contact us

For more information, please contact us.

Do you have any comments or concerns about your care?

Contact our Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS)

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