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I had colorectal cancer surgery (2008) followed by lung surgery (in situ) with a lobe removed during surgery and after surgery xrays showed a frozen diaphram. That was 2018. Since that time I have been diagnosed (without any tests) as having possible phrenic nerve damage in my neck,,then an explosion of nuerapathy –peripheral nuerapathy, raynauds, anatomical nuerapathy (I am a well controlled type 2 diabetic and have been since about 2003). Most recently, I am dealing with blocked bowel episodes and they say it is due to scar tissue from cancer surgery. Another surgery, another partial blockage.. Not only does my neck (and head) still bother me but after surgery they put me on Senna-S indefinitely . And that is becoming less effective. How do I find out what I am dealing with? I walk everyday, do my physical therapy exercises and go to the YMCA twice a week. I try to eat whole food. I just would like some type of diagnosis.

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Peach, you certainly have multiple issues going on, some of which may be related. You may be interested in joining this discussion on Connect:

– Phrenic Nerve damage https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/phoenix-nerve-damage/