Thanks for the query.
One of the contributing factors for the spinal stenosis
is bony outgrowth and thickening of the lamina. Hgh, very well can cause this problem especially in a young person who already has optimum bone density
However in spine, we need to see clinical symptoms and if those are matching with MRI findings.
What are your complaints- back pain? leg pain? difficulty in walking? Any tingling
in legs? And how bad is the problem? Affecting your daily activities?
There are non surgical options but it depends upon patient suffering and how bad is the stenosis. Non-surgical solutions are like pain medicine with physiotherapy
, epidural blocks or spine simulators.
Hope this helps you. Let me know if you have more queries.