Thursday, February 22, 2018

UPDATE – Thursday, February 22, 2018 (3:45 p.m.)

MIDDLETOWN

The Middlesex Hospital Emergency Department in Middletown is currently closed and will remain closed until further notice. We hope to open it again as soon as possible.

Non-emergent surgeries are canceled for tomorrow, Friday, February 23.

All outpatient radiology tests are canceled at the Hospital in Middletown tomorrow, Friday, February 23.

Patients can get lab tests at the Outpatient Center, 534 Saybrook Road in Middletown; at the Marlborough Medical Center in Marlborough; or at the Shoreline Medical Center in Westbrook. However, they should not come to the Hospital.

Visitors are currently not allowed to visit patients at the Hospital, except for special circumstances.

 

Thursday, February 22, 2018 (11:00 a.m.)

MIDDLETOWN

All patients and staff at Middlesex Hospital are all accounted for and safe.

  • All Outpatient Services at the Hospital in Middletown have been suspended until further notice.
  • The Emergency Department in Middletown is closed until further notice.

Employees are to report for their regularly scheduled shifts.

 

All other Middlesex Health System locations are operating on regular schedules.

Bladder Cancer Symptoms + Signs

Bladder cancer can be a “silent” disease, meaning that it often does not present many symptoms. However, as the cancer becomes more advanced, you may experience any of the following symptoms:

  • Bloody, brown or rust colored urine that may have visible clots in it
  • Needing to urinate more frequently than normal, and intense urgency when needing to urinate
  • Pain and/or burning during urination
  • Incontinence
  • Sensation of a mass in the abdomen
  • Pain in the abdomen or back
  • Fever
  • Decreased appetite and unexplained weight loss
  • Intense fatigue and low energy
  • Swelling in the feet and legs
  • Bone pain

It’s important to note that many of these symptoms can be caused by other, less serious health conditions. So if you’re experiencing them, you should not assume you have bladder cancer. However, you should see your doctor for a diagnosis.

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