Has anyone had the Anal Manometry, Anorectal ultrasonography, and Anal electromyography tests done? If so, did you have them done at CC in Ohio? My G.I. Doc diagnosed me with a neurological bowel problem and told his nurse to tell me CC should be able to do these tests, (He knows I am an established patient there) but did not tell me who to see.
I've been evaluated by a Neurologist here in IN, and at CC in Ohio, and neither found a neurological disease that is causing my problem. So, now I am wondering if my enterocele/rectocele repair caused damage to the nerves and muscles.
G.I. Doc says one muscle is too tight, another is too weak, and I have no nerve sensation, whatsoever.
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