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My bladder nerves are condensed....

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  • Posted By: jerkjames
  • June 1, 2007
  • 11:37 AM

My back pain has lasted much than six months and is not relieved by any medical or by any operation. I have gone to literally over 17 doctors-neurosurgeons, general practioners, and none of them has acknowledged my symptoms, but will simply seem at my MRIs and tell, "Everything's elegant. I have stopped going because I am then sick of paying them for not doing anything for me. My trouble is related to my lower backwards and on one MRI a radiologist really called it what it was- a slim, "protrusion" in L4-L5Herniation of L5-S1, key disc. But the neurologist failed to make his work and discover away why when I seat, my perineum burns and I have a combustion superstar that goes through my urethra. Also, while sitting, the back legs begin to blow really severely and in some perianal area too. Now, why can't a neurologist say me what is being affected, given that it seems the nerves of my perineum and my bladder nerves are being condensed/annoyed? I am on Lyrica and Cymbalta, but new than strange

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