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my husband has had a major operation on the 4 of December 2014

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my husband has had a major operation on the 4 of December 2014 he had a stoma done they removed his coxis and part of his bladder and he had 3 drains put in a catheter and a stent he stayed in hospital for 12 days then they removed the drains and catheter and discharge him he the went back to the hospital week later had catheter out he is totally incontinent now he has had 2 u t I sand he has no control he just passes urine all the time with no feeling what can he do
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Expert:  Dr. Phil, MD replied 2 years ago.
Hi Carol
I'm very sorry this happened
what do they doctors say?
Is there nerve damage to the urine/bladder control muscles?
Expert:  Dr. Phil, MD replied 2 years ago.
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