l also have spinal stenosis, and the answer for me at least is a big YES! You need to talk with your Doctor about this as there is many things other than just meds that help. I have found great relief with gental physical (AQUA)therapy in a warm pool of at least 91degree's. I hope this gives you an option that has worked wonders for me. Good luck and God Bless you
Yes, spinal stenosis can cause leg pain. It's usually in the lower back where the nerve especially the sciatic nerve is located. I have had this for years. The usual only fix is surgery to relieve the pressure from the spinal cord caused usually by a ruptured disc. Today the spine surgeries are very high tech, & can be done with very little invasive surger. An MRI can prove or disprove what is going on in your back. You need to see a neurosurgeon to get these tests & a good diagnosis.(Your PCP can order the tests or MRI, but if you have a stenosis, you would probably be referred to a neurosurgeon) Best wishes to you...
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