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Could you have spinal cord injury if you do not feel any pain, or do not feel any difficult doing any other work?

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Dr. Kristin Gustafson
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
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In brief: Sounds unlikely

If no weakness, no history of trauma, no infection, no tumor, no numbness or loss of sensation.
No pain.No bowel or bladder dysfunction. Seems unlikely.Someone may have a congenital anomaly that has no functional impact. However if any of the above symptoms are positive that screams see a doctor. No signs or symptoms speaks to using your judgement and asking why this question is considered.

In brief: Sounds unlikely

If no weakness, no history of trauma, no infection, no tumor, no numbness or loss of sensation.
No pain.No bowel or bladder dysfunction. Seems unlikely.Someone may have a congenital anomaly that has no functional impact. However if any of the above symptoms are positive that screams see a doctor. No signs or symptoms speaks to using your judgement and asking why this question is considered.
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