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DDD with nerve root pain/Spondolithesis

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,671
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:27 AM in Degenerative Disc Disease
I have noticed that with my condition, sometimes it's hard to hold bowel(sorry) I just wondered if anyone else has this problem. If I do alot of moving or walking, seems like I have to always go to the bathroom. Maybe I have to try and make more of a daily routine for exercise. I have to make sure there is a bathroom close by or I'm in trouble. Wondering if there are any exercises to maybe help this? Any input would be appreciated!


  • hi! =D> anytime you are dealing with this problem you should see a doctor. this could be serious and nothing to take care of on your own. :? it may be as simple as an exercise but your doctor needs to atleast know what is going on. please think about this and call your doctor this week! :-C Jenny :)
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