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I have been CES little over a year before undergoing the surgery two months ago.However, I have few questions to ask even though I was diagnosed of CES and Lumbar stenosis of which I was operated upon on 16 January 2017. In fact after the surgery I began to feel more releved as compared to previously where I could not walk at all and there was severe pain from my spinal cord. Currently the numbness in both legs are reducing gradually but the rate at which its getting better in the left leg is far better than in the right leg which my Doctor told me suffered more from the CES. What are my chances? Will I get my permanent healing some day? What is still worrying is that I still experience tingling in the right leg sometimes though not rapid as it was before the surgery. I am forcing the urine and gradually I am seeing improvement likewise my defecation too. As for my sexdrive is still zero as my manhood is still numb though sometimes I feel like erecting but there is no sensation in that region including my bowel area. The good news for now is I can feel that I want to defecate just that the strength to push it out is my problem but nowadays I have seen some improvement. For how long will it take me to get my permanent healing? Will I be able to function fully as a man? Please I need your advice .
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