I have no idea what category this subject would go under. Sorry if it is posted in the wrong place. After several years of having CFS and FMS, my husband's bladder has become paralyzed (although no one is sure what caused the problem). The urologist ran some tests that found it is a nerve paralysis problem. He wants to do surgery and run electrodes from his back to his bladder. This is a very serious surgery and I think we need to find out much more about it before he makes a decision. I am having a really hard time trusting this doctor. You would think he would suggest sending my husband to a neurologist or check for viruses that could have caused the problem. He hasn't suggested either. Wouldn't this be the next logical step? Has anyone else ever experienced some type of nerve paralysis and had electrodes implanted in their back? If so, can you let me know what your experience has been? Please and thank you.