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Old 07-28-2008, 01:38 PM   #1
Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Mobile, Al
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I had an appendix burst and had surgery in the pelvis for removal of
appendix and part of my colon. I had a colostomy and then was
hooked up again.
After the last surgery all seemed to be going well for about 2 months.
Then I started haveing problems with not being able to fill my bladder
and urinating frequently. I have a tingling in my pelvic area and the
urge to urinate comes quickly. Is it possible I had some nerve damage
and why does it show up 2 months later. Is it posssible for a
nerve to deteriorate?
Please advise on any info you can give.


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