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shrikant_touchMemberJune 24, 2012 at 12:33 amPost count: 6in reply to: loss of bowel bladder control due to cervical pain #6419
It is a good news that he is regaining bowel control since last four days.
Last 8 days He has been taking
2.Tablets for mythylcobalamin (however the B12 deficiency test yet to be done)
3.Doing Yoga for cervical.
4.taking daily ayurvedic oil massage.
Now I ‘ve no idea what worked .He is still on catheter that will be removed (as per doctor) once his bowel functioning is normal.
Spine specialist asked us to keep the option for surgery open in case of relapse.
Shrikantshrikant_touchMemberJune 17, 2012 at 1:11 amPost count: 6in reply to: loss of bowel bladder control due to cervical pain #6397
Thanks for helping us, I’ll get my father examined by a good spine surgeon to avoid further damage.
Thank you very much
Shrikantshrikant_touchMemberJune 14, 2012 at 1:09 pmPost count: 6in reply to: loss of bowel bladder control due to cervical pain #6384
can you Please explain “long tract signs” once again ,further please also tell whether posterior decompression involves full/partly disk removal?
shrikantshrikant_touchMemberJune 14, 2012 at 12:18 pmPost count: 6in reply to: loss of bowel bladder control due to cervical pain #6382
We got consulted with two spine surgons ,one of them examined my father and suggested meds(oral) for B12 defficiency for 15 days and asked us to wait.
While another surgon suggests immidiate surgery (microscopic posterior decompression)to avoid further damage
my father does not show any tingling sign / sensation triggered by a mechanical stimulus (hoffman’s).
shrikantshrikant_touchMemberJune 12, 2012 at 2:02 pmPost count: 6in reply to: loss of bowel bladder control due to cervical pain #6359
Thank for the reply
Please find above link for the MR Images taken on the day of injury (12/05/2012).
> as on today (12 june 2012) my father can walk normally ,can stand straight ,having no problem in zipping a zipper/inserting key in a key hole or writing (his signatures are also alright).
>on 26.may.2012 USG done for
1. Hepato-Billary Systems
2. Genito-Urinary System
shows no demonstrable abonormality except excessive bowel gases.
> on 4th June evening catheter was removed to check bladder functioning , atleast three or four times he urinated well on his own but next day morning he was again put on catheter due to retention.
> 7th June 2012,due to fever, he underwent pathological tests for
1. Complete Heamogram
2. Maleria Antigen
3. Urine Examination
4. Widal test
and is daignosed with typhoid ( S pythi “o” and S pythi “H” positive in 1:80 dilution) ) and taking antibiotics for the same .
> Ever since discharge from hospital he is regularly taking naturopathy for clearing bowel ,massaging etc feeling relaxed except bowel/bladder problem.
> in the year 2004 ,he was bedridden for almost 3 months due to severe pain on lumber disks L4 and L5 (I donot have much details).
and recovered without surgery with the help of a Chiropractor cum physiotherepist within 3 days.
>Dr please tell us how long can we wait before undergoing surgery ?