Spinal stenosis

What is Spinal stenosis?

Spinal stenosis is as a result of degenerative disc disease and involves overactive osteoblastic activity of the vertebral bodies thought to be as a result of the degenerative changes involving the discs. This results in bone spurs and similar boney overgrowths which leads to stenosis of the neural foramina of the spinal column.

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I'm 69 years old and in very good physical health except that I was diagnosed with spinal stenosis 10-15 years ago. I've done pretty well so far,...

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No spinal stenosis cannot cause Kidney problem unless you have taken a lot of pain killer in the past for your spine problem.. In most of time...

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I am a 47 y.o. dentist. I have taken hgh for several years for antiaging reasons. I have developed spinal stenosis. My question is whether the...

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Thanks for the query.

One of the contributing factors for the spinal stenosis is bony outgrowth and thickening of the lamina. Hgh, very well...

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