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Spine fsctors influencing shortness of breath and inadequate control of bladder movement

Hello! I had C3/C4 surgery in 2016, it was explained that this was required due to physical contact between vertebrae which was causing obstruction to free flow of spinal fluid. At that time my main problem was acute back pain and some neck pain. Since then the back pain has definitely got better, but recently have developed shortness of breath and some loss of bladder control. Also, neck pain has become more

1. Has anyone faced something similar   was it traced to pinched nerves  pulmonology indicates that lungs are clear and there is no evidence of COPD

2. What was the remedy what type of doctor did you consult spine orthopedist,  spine neurosurgeon?

Thank you

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