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Thanks for that Bill I have downloaded the article and will use the procedure.I will let you know how I go on with the therapy as it costs me nothing here in France.
As soon as one is declared with a life threatening illness everything is free. I look at the health service in the UK and wonder why they can't do the same. Admitted the french pay in taxes but you only have one life and they seem to find the resourse to give you every benifit.
Hi David, I to suggest being patient. When my cathater was removed I was like an uncotrolled open fountain. I thought I would never have control. I kept up with the excercises, went to the physical therapist and after seven weeks I am at 95% controll or better. I first got better at night. Then gradually as the day progress I got better. My biggest problem was during long walks. If you have seen improvement keep it up you can do it.