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Anipped artery, high BP, cramps in legs, painful calves, due to BP or cervical spondylosis ?

i have chronic cervical spondylosis and last week had anipped artery causing dizziness,went emergency docs who told me my blood pressure was up, i have never had high blood pressure, since this happened i had cramp in both legs all day, 3 days later my calves are still painful, could this be because of high blood pressure or from my spondylosis?
Asked On : Thu, 12 Apr 2012
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Hi...this is due to cerviacl spondylosis...the involved vertebral segment impinging on your artery and spinal cord advice is to get an MRI spine locate the involved segment and with corrective spinal surgery your symptoms will be relieved.Start taking oral tab neurobion and tab it wiil prevent any degeneration of nerves.
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