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The loss of bladder control is also indicative of spinal cord
involvement in the injury. The late involvement of bladder suggests that it might have happened due to nerve compression due to edema or hemorrhage rather than nerve injury
and timely treatment can reverse the neural problems you are facing.
You need to have an MRI
scan of your spinal cord to exactly know the site of lesion and the extent of nerve involvement. Based on the report and after detailed examination your Orthopaedician will give you the proper treatment.
Earlier the treatment, better is the restoration of neural functions.
Till then do not move and lie straight on a hard bed without pillow.
I hope this is helpful to you.
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