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Spinal decompression

PJones49PPJones49 Posts: 1
edited 08/06/2014 - 5:32 AM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery
So I went in the hospital for a spinal cord decompression and it never happened and I woke from surgery not able to move my legs and lost of bowel and bladder, my cord is still compressed when I try and move my legs I can feel them trying to move but they don't move, so what should my next step be in finding out how to get my cord decompressed like the dr should have done in the first place?


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