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Have a disc prolapse, problem with urinals and motion. Medication? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 03-Aug-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Bones, Muscles and Joints
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Doctor:Good afternoon
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:yes, Thank you.
User:I have a query on Disc Prolapse
Doctor:Please proceed
User:My Brother is having this, and also went through a microscopic surgery, nearly 3 years ago.
User:even after the surgery, he did not felt any better.
User:but kept on managing.
User:now he also have some problem with his urinals and motion, which are not happening freely.
Doctor:Sorry about that
User:Is this something because of the back problem.
Doctor:Can you share the details of surgery with me with the discharge report?
User:currently I am not having any document of it.
User:but I can provide you later through mail.
User:will it be good, if we undergo another surgery for him?
Doctor:I cannot comment without specifically without seeing the operative notes
Doctor:You can mail me at YYYY@YYYY with subject as "attention
User:ok Doctor, so what all the necessary document and files do you need to suggest us?
User:ok, thank you for sharing the mail doctor.
Doctor:I shall wait for your mail
Doctor:Please come back on chat after sending the mail
Doctor:I would like to give you a specific response
User:ok Doctor,
User:you just need the discharge report?
Doctor:I need the operative notes along with the discharge report
Doctor:WE can have a phone call if you wish
Doctor:That should be better for both of us
User:ok fine, thanks for you time doctor.
Doctor:Thank you too
Doctor:Take care
Doctor:Bye for now
User:Thank you, Bye
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