If you have haemorrhoids and prostate cancer have the haemorrhoids seen to first before you have brachytherapy.
I had a biopsy at Maidstone Hospital 22/11/2016 and diagnosed with prostate cancer.
I had four consultations in London leading to brachytherapy on the 19/06/2017 at the University College London Hospital NW1 2PG. Anaesthetised at 8.30. Came round at 11.30 to be told the brachytherapy could not proceed because of haemorrhoids.
This condition was seen at my first examination and biopsy and should have been passed on to the London Hospital.
Would it not be better to examine the patient first before administering an anaesthetic?