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Cauda equina syndrome (CES)

Spine Health | Last Active: Feb 18, 2020 | Replies (16)

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Hello, @paladin121, and welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect. First, I wanted to thank you for your service.

I'm hoping some of our other members who have some experience with cauda equina syndrome, like @dhuffman1969 @sheabebabe @ledgerwp might join in and have some thoughts on whether your cauda equina syndrome might have been caught, what you should do now and to whom you might speak for further information. I believe that @johnbishop and @sandytoes14 may have some insights to share, also.

You mentioned you are paraplegic. What kind of help do you have at home, @paladin121?

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i moved to Florida from Kansas a bit over a year ago. i just have me. and i still have the ability to walk but i deal with all the rest of it. and it was my understanding that CES is a form of paralyzes

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