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Bowel and Bladder Incontinence from Chemotherapy

Is it possible that I am totally incontinent due to intrathecal cytarabine chemotherapy treatment for brain and meninges (not certain of presence) lymphoma?  I also received high doses of methotrexate for the brain lymphoma and R-CHOP for the body lymphoma.  My bowel and bladder do not receive the neurological signals required for me to be able to control each function.  It appears there is nerve damage and one neurologist told me that there is nothing that can be done to resolve the situation.  Do you have any recommendations for treatment?
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