Cervical Spinal Stenosis

Cervical Spinal Stenosis or Spinal stenosis WebMD (I think)
Cervical Spinal Stenosis Symptoms
Symptoms you chose
• Pain or discomfort (mo in upper right arm)
• Weakness Unable to walk a few city blocks and back (3mo)
• Joint pain (Unable to jog on cement PERIOD or walk or stand long on cement) For yrs.
• Numbness or tingling (In right arm for 3mo.)
• Stiff neck (Often, condidered it normal) yrs
• can cause pain, weakness, or numbness in your arms, legs (CURRENT)
• or to lose control of your bladder (~3MO [BLAMED IT ON PAIN MEDS [FROM HAND SURGERY] BUT IT CONTINUE (The thougt would cross my mind I need to pee while smoking and within 15sec it’s [dirarrhea too] pouring down my leg.
• Are older than age 50 (47) Grandmother (MS) about the AGE.
• can cause pain, weakness, or numbness in your arms, legs (CURRENT)\symptoms of cervical spinal stenosis, such as numbness, tingling, weakness, or pain in your neck, arms, difficulty walking, pain in the shoulder, neck stiffness, (Thought neck stiffness was normal but severe)
• Arm or leg cramps (WERE EXTREMELEY PRVEVALENT IN CALVES AND BOTTOMS OF FEET 3M0 AGO AND HAVE DECREASED MOSTLY TO BOTTOMS OF FEET.
• headaches (Massive heaches and overdoses of IBUPROPHEN and TYLONEL led me to phycian that presceibed 2nd blood pressure meds as I was convinces it was blood pressure)
• Your doctor will use the results of tests, including imaging and blood tests, to eliminate other diseases—such as multiple sclerosis (MS) Grandmother and aunt are BOTH DIAGNOSED ON MOTHERS SIDE and vitamin B12 deficiency—as the cause of your symptoms.
Mayo Clinic: Symptoms
Many people have evidence of spinal stenosis on X-rays, but have no signs or symptoms. When symptoms do occur, they often start gradually and worsen over time. Symptoms vary, depending on the location of the stenosis:In the neck. Narrowing in the upper (cervical) spine can cause numbness, weakness or tingling in a leg, foot, arm or hand. In severe cases, nerves to the bladder or bowel may be affected, leading to incontinence.
Wikipedia
• Fever
• Nocturnal pain