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Have spondylolisthesis. Been urinating, painful, very little sleep. Help?

I HAVE BEEN TOLD i HAVE GRADE 2 SPONDYLOLISTHESIS AND i HAVE BEEN URINATING 60 OR MORE TIMES A DAY tHE MOMENT i GO TO SLEEP IS THE MOMENT THE PAINFUL URGE COMES ON AND I HAVE TO GO .i HAVE TRIED iNERSTIM NEURSTIMULATOR BUT TO NO AVAIL. i HAVE TRIED ENABLEX ETC... AND THEY SEEM TO MAKE IT MORE PAIN FUL THAN BEFORE.i CANNOT TAKE ANY KIND OF MUSCLE RELAXER, AMBIEN BECAUSE IT MAKES IT FEEL LIKE THERE ARE 2 WIRES SHORTING OUT IN MY BODY AT MY GROIN AND RIGHT UNDER MY BELLY BUTTON THIS HAS BEEN GOING ON FOR 10 YEARS .i HAVE HAD COLONOSCOPYS,EGD,CYSTSCOPYS,URODYNAMICS TEST YOU NAME IT AND i HAVE TRIED IT.sOME BODY NEEDS TO PUT ME IN AN STUDY GROUP OR SOMETHING BECAUSE COULD YOU IMAGINE DOING YOUR WORK WITH NO SLEEP OR SLEEPING 15 MINUTES AT A TIME i AM SINGLE WHITE MALE 56 WITH bcbs INSURANCE AND AS YOU CAN TELL iAM WILLING TO TRY ANYTHING.i AM TIRED OF BEING TOLD i WILL JUST HAVE TO LIVE WITH IT. aNY SUGGESTION OR DID i JUST MAKE YOUR BRAIN HURT THANKS kEN IN bUFFALO gAP TEXAS
Asked On : Thu, 3 Jan 2013
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