Can Spinal Stenosis Cause Leg Cramps?

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Alternative Names

Pseudo-claudication; Central spinal stenosis; Foraminal spinal stenosis


Symptoms

Often, symptoms will be present and gradually worsen over time. Most often, symptoms will be on one side of the body or the other.

  • Numbness, cramping, or pain in the back, buttocks, thighs, or calves (or problems in the lower back), or in the neck, shoulders, or arms (or problems in the neck)
  • Weakness of a portion of a leg or arm

Symptoms are more likely to be present or get worse when you stand or walk...

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