No, I'm not talking about children.
If you can quiet your conscience, you can get rid of your chilren at age 18.
You can even euthanize your cat or dog if you really want to be alone.
But, you can't really ever get rid of the damage the CPn has caused to your nerves. Your body will try and repair the damage, but the repaired areas will never be as "good as new" and they will be susceptible to occasional malfunction.
I got a reminder of that the day after President's Day this year. Much as happened last year on Martin Luther King Day, I sat down in my chair at work and after a while felt the need to get up and go to the bathroom. Unfortunately, I found that after I had secured my computer, my brain could issue the command to stand, but nothing below my waist was listening.
Based on what happened to me the previous year, I just relaxed and hoped that my legs would start working before my bladder won the day. They did. I logged back into my computer to pass the time and after about fifteen minutes of sitting calmly and reading news stories off the internet, I was able to stand (and then almost run) to the bathroom.
Even if they temporarily resolve, your neurologic deficits are yours for life.