Hi, i was recently diagnosed with idopathic peripheral neuropathy. My neuroloigist said it was mild.. Not sure if he meant "mild case" or "mild form." How many nerupathy patients suffer from urge incontinence like i do? Is it possible to only have one autonomic nerve affected, that is the bladder, and not others? Is there any chance that my neuropathy and incontience aren'nt related? it seems pretty clear that hey are.. How do i deal with this if no cause and thus no treatment is found?
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