To even be considered for disability, you must have a lot of proof of your medical condition.Spinal Stenosis, although it is a condition on the social security disability list of impairments; is not automatically accepted to be approved.Most of the time, you will need a lot of documentation (mri's, doctor reports,etc.), even then you may still need a lawer. You did not specify about any work history, but if i were you, i would visit the social security website.
Best of luck in your endeaver,
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