Recovering from CES surgery.

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Eighteen months ago, I was diagnosed and operated on for CES. After the surgery, I have seen some great reliefs. The numbness in my feet have reduced drastically. Numbness in my saddle areas to have gone down. I have regained my erection but noticed that it does not stand for long. I doubt if I can have sexual intercourse for now. I still have severe back pains sometimes which is worrying. My doctor has advised that I reduce the intake of my medication since too much of it is dangerous to my health. I have now resorted to using hot water to massage my back, saddle areas and feet. Even though I see a great relief anytime I use the hot water, I want to find out if it is advisable. It is good that I continue using the hot water to massage my back, saddle areas and feet? Kindly advice me, thanks.

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