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Is there any way to get back feeling?

I am 18 years old, I have stopped feeling the urge to bladder when it is full and I have lost feeling in my clitoris, I don't getting sexual excited.I had ultrasound and blood tests done by a gynecologist and a urologist, the results show no abnormalities. Is there any way to get back feeling?
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If you have stopped feeling the urge to empty your bladder when it is full, what happens? Do you suddenly find yourself wet? I would think your doctor would be very concerned about this and would work to find a diagnosis.
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The most common reasons for not feeling a full bladder that would apply to you (I assume you have not had a stroke, or gone through childbirth) are:
  
    Pelvic injury/ trauma
    Impaired muscle or nerve function due to medication
    Accidents that injure the brain or spinal cord

Blood tests and an ultrasound wouldn't show those, and the doctors you have consulted would not be the ones to check for trauma to the brain or spinal cord. Do you have a general practitioner doctor who could help you find a specialist who isn't an ob/gyn or a urologist, but specializes in nerve issues or muscle issues?
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