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Posted by martinknight1
on December 01, 2000 at 09:55:15:
In Reply to: bowel problems posted by glen stammer on November 20, 2000 at 13:42:28:
: I have an 18 year old male I am caring for who had his tethered spinal cord operated on twice. Although his doctors tell him the neurological function of his bowels etc. are nearly normal (through extensive tests), he continues to have periodic bowel problems and accidents. Any suggestions to help this problem? We are currently trying the kegal exercises (contracting and releasing the spincter) to increase strength and control.
I AM FIFTY YEARS OLDS HAVE HAD SPINAL STENOSIS FOR 3 YEARS. I HAVE LOSS OF CONTROL WITH BLADDER AND BOWEL WHEN AREA GETS SWOLLEN. LACK OF AMPLE SPINAL FLUID CAUSES THESE PROBLEMS IN THE LOWER PART OF YOUR BODY
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