WEE thank you from the bottom of our hearts (and bladders!) for supporting
Bladder Cancer Awareness Australia.
With Mother’s Day, May 14th fast approaching, our latest initiative is to raise awareness in regard to bladder cancer in women. While men are three times more likely to be diagnosed
with bladder cancer, it is in fact the women who have a much worse prognosis due to delayed diagnosis because of menstruation, menopause and/or UTI related bleeding.
BCA have teamed up with Prissy Cosmetics to release a limited edition range of polishes to raise awareness of haematuria (blood in the urine), and the respective spectrum of shades your urine can take. While not necessarily cancer, blood or a pink-tinge to the urine is never normal, and should always be investigated by a doctor.
Join us and wear your fave (or all) colours during the month of May…
Racey Red.. race to your Dr! | Pinky Promise.. you’ll get checked! | Yellow, you fine!*
Please share your support with #prissyXBCA @prissycosmetics @bcaaustralia
Prissy Cosmetics & Team BCA.
*Occasionally your urine may appear yellow or ‘normal’ but blood cells can be seen under a microscope. This is called ‘microscopic haematuria’ and is important to discuss with your doctor if you are having urinary symptoms, are a smoker, or have any other risk factors for bladder cancer.