How To Heal A Fracture In The Spine So That You Can Not Urinate And Defecate?
Congratulations on my mlm with 25 years … I experienced 6 months ago and I suffered a spinal fracture and I couldn’t urinate / chapters … From below the center to the tips of my feet I had numbness / couldn’t feel anything … the mao I ask .. My legs are replicated myself, the guitar myself and that’s why and I can grow and walk again
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Spinal cord injury or spinal cord injury at a young age is often caused by motor vehicle accidents or a sitting position falling from a certain height. Based on the damage that occurs to the spinal cord, in general, it can be divided into:
complete (complete) spinal cord injury - all sensory or motor skills in the innervation area are missing
local (partial) spinal cord injury - there is some residual and functional snsorik or motor function
Here are some symptoms of spinal cord injury:
loss of sensory ability to feel heat, cold, touch, or body position
a stinging / burning pain that indicates spinal cord damage (neurogenic pain)
unable to move certain limbs, for example tetraplegi (all four limbs) or paraplegi (both lower limbs and pelvic organs.
loss of bowel and bladder control, making it difficult to hold urine or bowel movements, also related to sexual activity and function
With the diagnosis and treatment as early as possible, it is hoped that the resulting defects can be minimized. The diagnosis is confirmed through a series of physical and supporting examinations, such as spinal X-rays and CT-scan or MRI. After confirming the diagnosis, treatment includes:
acute phase management - includes maintaining the airway, breathing, and circulation, as well as injection of high-dose methylprednisolone to avoid nerve cell damage during the first 8 hours after injury
advanced phase management - preventing complications from injuries during prolonged rest, such as lung infections, muscle contractures, bowel and bladder disorders, pressure sores
recovery - aims to improve the patient's quality of life by relieving pain, controlling digestive, urinary, and sexual function of the organs
Now that you have entered the recovery stage, consult your neurologist / neurosurgeon regarding the various problems you still have. Your doctor will work with a medical rehabilitation specialist to determine the best exercise program for you. Even though it doesn't promise a cure like before, following a regular exercise program will gradually increase your ability, so that it can minimize disability. In this recovery process, the support of family and friends is also very much needed.
Hopefully this information is useful