I have been diagnosed with Cauda Eqina Syndrome. Does anyone out there have any information they can offer about this? I recently reherniated my L5 and have been doing spnail decompression since Easter weekend. It has become very clear to me that long term nerve damage has been done. I am struggling to find ways to sit, stand, walk, drive etc. In order to continue working. I am concerned that since I am 33 if I can no longer work, I cannot afford to lose everything if denied SSDI. My nuerologist says I cant even bend over to pick up a pencil or could end up in a wheel chair! I keep pushing myself because I don't know what to do. Your opinions are greatly appreciated!
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