I had disc herniations which finally led to Cauda Equina Syndrome(CES). I had to have a surgery where the surgeon did an excellent job. Helped remove the pressure on the nerves and get back my bladder function, bowel movement and the strength in my legs. However because of CES, my pudendal nerve seems to be damaged and I have total numbness in my saddle area. I am always constipated. I need to know if there is any way to re activate my pudendal nerve and get everything back in working order. Please help!!
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