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I'm 49 yrs old and have history of spinal stenosis from bulging discs from c4_5 and severe in c5 ... relieved by applying pressure to areas resulting in belching . What maybe the cause? 6 months ago I had ...

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Hi, My husband has cervical stenosis in his upper back and lower back. He just had an MRI and it showed arthritis and disc disease . He has a hard time urinating and doing a BM. He complains of pressure ...

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and moderate-severe spinal stenosis as well as kyphosis of the neck (military neck). I eventually saw ... to 160bpm and my blood pressure dropped. My blood pressure was low and I felt like passing out all ...

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My sister has Lumbar disk disease and lumbar spinal stenosis . She has just come through viral ... spinal cord . She is taking 5-325 of Percocet, but the pain persist to the point of tears. She doesn ...

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I just was diagnosed with spinal stenosis . Can you tell me more about this disordered and what to expect. I just started therapy. I'm taking 2 meds. one for nerves and one for the pain. They don ...

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What is Stenosis and how can it be treated? I have double vision, headaches, had an really bad ear ... have Stenosis. I appreciate any help you can give me on this. Thanks ...

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-5, severe spinal stenosis and right lateral recess stenosis. In addition I have moderate right foraminal ... of the spinal canal remains minimal but at least but at least moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis ...

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Have had dizziness from bending my neck back looking up, popping then real dizzy 2 weeks now. its not inner ear. I have stenosis of te spine really bad, it seems that my blood is not getting to my brain ...

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diag. with a severe focal stenosis of the proximal left internal carotid artery. I had a MRA. I am .... In the past my pressure is usually normal of below ...

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I have recently learned via an MRI that I have severe stenosis of on the right side of the C3 ... wondering if a recent facial condition can possibly be associated with the C3 stenosis: that condition began ...

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what is the best treatment for spinal stenoisis I am 5 9 and67 years old. My weight is 167lbs. 15 years back I had two epidurel shot. Last July I had again one more shot. One month I went for a Aurvedic ...

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Hello, I am a 38 yr old male w/ lumbar spinal stenosis, both foraminal and central canal areas at L5-S1,L4-L5, and L3-L4. I am very active and would obviosly like to stay that way. I did get ...

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Hi, My 9 y/o daughter was diagnosed recently with spinal stenosis and has not been walking since last week thursday. The day before, she jumped from quite a high distance on the monkey bars ...

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I have spinal stenosis. Does thi just continue to progress. Iwas having trouble standing but felt better sitting and lying Now I am having pain most of the time and ambulating is difficult with pain ...

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I have spinal stenosis and have had back surgery 3 years ago today. I have been pain free until last year and aching and pain in my right leg has gotten worse. The most pain is at night when I am ...

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doctor1 MD

It is part of spinal degenerative changes which are very common. It is not lifethreatening if that's what you mean by serious, but it can cause pain and other bothersome symptoms which with aging tend to worsen and bring some disability. Treatment is with physiotherapy and pain killers, at times when spinal cord or painful nerve root compression not responsive to therapy surgery may be needed.

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Dear Friend To comment upon that , I need to know your detailed history and want to see your MRI. You may discuss with your doctor regarding using Baclofen for this purpose. Good luck

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Hi, Thank for your query. yes, it will. Any exercise where you lift the weight will surely affect the spine. Regards,