If There Is A Fracture In The Spine Section Of T5 To T8, How Is The Possibility Of Recovery ,?
I had an accident and a spinal fracture in both T5 and T8 parts, I could not feel the legs from the center to the toes, but Bak could come out on my own and I used a flat and my legs could move on their own. so .. And can seizures, vibrate alone .. What is that? And I have experienced 1 year 2 months and when I started like that since the 6th month after I fell dya that’s …? What is the response?
Hello Wiranata, Thank you for the question.
Have you consulted with further neurosurgeons after the incident? Driving accident is one of the causes of spinal cord injury (spinal cord injury). Inside the spine there are nerve fibers that function to regulate bodily functions including the motor (motor) function, sensation (sensory) function, regulate organ functions such as the bladder and anus. If you experience a broken spine, the nerves in it can get injured and cause bodily malfunction. Impaired bodily functions that occur depend on the level of damage and nerve function. Sufferers can experience symptoms can not move limbs, tingling / numbness or even loss of sensation in certain body parts, can not control urinating or defecate, experience impotence, or experience pain in certain body parts.
Recovery from spinal cord injury is very dependent on the severity of the injury and how quickly treatment is given when this injury occurs, which can be in the form of medication or surgery. If this injury is dealt with promptly, recovery can take place better and further complications can be prevented. The recovery period for each patient varies from 1 week to 2 years. You should consult with a specialist in neurosurgery. The doctor will ask about the accident, ask about your symptoms, and do an examination on you. The doctor will also carry out further tests such as a CT scan and MRI to assess the severity of your condition. From this examination the new doctor can provide further advice for you. In your condition, your doctor will usually recommend physical therapy to help you recover. Please discuss further with the doctor.
Hope this helps.