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    Thanks Dr. Xiao. Is there more reading on your procedure regarding sexual recovery?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sci-co-pilot View Post
    Thanks Dr. Xiao. Is there more reading on your procedure regarding sexual recovery?
    yeah it's been 6yrs since I last ejaculated. I'm really concerned about my gf.

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    About sexual function after Xiao Procedure

    Quote Originally Posted by Wise quad View Post
    yeah it's been 6yrs since I last ejaculated. I'm really concerned about my gf.
    For our SCI patients, I already noticed that about 1/4 or 1/5 of the cases underwent Xiao Procedrue did regain sexual function for "not too bad" intercourse. I did not, however, report the sexual results in my paper published in J. Urol, becaue I then could not give the results a satisfactory and scientific explanlation. I still think it is mainly due to general improvement of the patients' physical condition after bladder and bowel function normalized.

    It has been reported that Viagra can help up to 80% SCI patients with sexual function. Did you guys try it?

    For Spina bifida, however, it is a total different story: Majority of SB patients' spinal cord are not cut off from the brain, and their sensory neurons are not damaged in general. So after the procedure, if the neural re-routing is successful and the patients gain B& B function, they also gain sexual function for almost sure. A resident (now attending) of mine is concluding a 3 years study on 50 adult SB patients's sexual function after the Xiao Procedure. the effective rate is the same as for BB functions, i.e. around 80%. We are going to publish it soon.

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    Bowel function

    Hi Dr Xiao,

    Thanks for posting on the forum.

    I'm more interested in regaining bowel function. I've read the links you've posted but please could you exlain how it would work in practice. Once the peripheral nerve is rerouted, would the patient stimulate the dermatome then the anal sphincter would just open up and push out the poop? What about peristalsis and the whole digestive process if someone is completely paralysed?

    Would it work on an Asia A, C level injury?

    Thanks!
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    Bowel function restore is easier and earlier than bladder

    for all ASIA A above the sacral cord, major problem is dyssynergia of the B&B with external sphinctors, Xiao procedure can solve this problem.

    While for those with cauda equina injury, Xiao Problem is to reinnervate the B&B as well as sphinctors which have lost neural connections with spine.

    Quote Originally Posted by AO View Post
    Hi Dr Xiao,

    Thanks for posting on the forum.

    I'm more interested in regaining bowel function. I've read the links you've posted but please could you exlain how it would work in practice. Once the peripheral nerve is rerouted, would the patient stimulate the dermatome then the anal sphincter would just open up and push out the poop? What about peristalsis and the whole digestive process if someone is completely paralysed?

    Would it work on an Asia A, C level injury?

    Thanks!

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    Tried Viagra no results. Tried Caverject injectables not results. Cialis seems to work better then the others. But not good enough for intercourse. Tried the pump and rings still not good enough for intercourse.

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    Sorry to know.

    Quote Originally Posted by sci-co-pilot View Post
    Tried Viagra no results. Tried Caverject injectables not results. Cialis seems to work better then the others. But not good enough for intercourse. Tried the pump and rings still not good enough for intercourse.
    You may really need to try the Xiao Procedure. Anyway, you would not loss anything.

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    Thanks for the rely Dr Xiao. How would it work in practice though? How would the bowel movement work?


    Quote Originally Posted by CG Xiao View Post
    for all ASIA A above the sacral cord, major problem is dyssynergia of the B&B with external sphinctors, Xiao procedure can solve this problem.

    While for those with cauda equina injury, Xiao Problem is to reinnervate the B&B as well as sphinctors which have lost neural connections with spine.
    _____oOo_____
    Phil C6
    "If you can't explain it to me in less than 10 seconds, it's probably not worth knowing anyway..." - Calvin

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    Quote Originally Posted by CG Xiao View Post
    First, thanks to Timaru, Steve and other members.
    Kim: I understand your frustration, calm down. I have more than enough patients I can handle even if I can live 1000years. This is why I am training doctors all around the world at the expenses of losing my own practice time and income.

    I am not only a surgeon. I have dedicated my live to SCI research since 1976 when I was a first year surgical resident and the worst earthquike happent near Beijing which resulted in 400,000death and enoumous SCI. I was in USA from 1988 to 2003 as faculty of urology, but most years I am concentrated on SCI research except 1988-1990 when I was a reconstructive urology fellow. I have been supported continuously by $millions research grants form PVA, NIH and others.

    Since 2003, as Dr. Young knows, I have been the socalled Chief Scientist of Ministry of Science and technology of China, leading a huge national basic reaseach team on SCI and other nerve injuries. The team included ALL top scientists in SCI and related fields. So far, any breakthrough? no.

    let's look back to USA. When Christopher Reeve injuried, in 1995, what he said in Congress? "Give enough research money, I will stand up before you in 5 years." He had been my hero and he attracted more attension and money to SCI. Now, 15years and Chris himself all passed away, any small breakthrough? no. Even though SCI in animal is much less serious and complex than in human.

    So, as a scientist, I think we should work harder, wider,deeper on everything which might lead to a cure, like what Dr Young is doing, which is the most logic and scientific direction as long as I can see. meanwile, as clinical doctor, we should tell SCI patients the truth and don't let them live with false big hope. If someday some miracle happend earlier than 50 years, who would not happy?!
    Wow, i know im late but this is very discouraging. I wonder if its debatable? I mean it seems like a rational conclusion. i hope he's wrong...

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    Dr. Wise can you respond to this

    sorry mis post.....

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