Hi! I'm fairly new on the forum (I've been lurking for quite awhile). My question is: I see a neurosurgeon for the first visit on Monday morning. Can you help me figure out what questions to ask? I'm not going to bore you all with my MRI scan results--I'll just say I have stenosis from C3-C7. I'm having problems with weakness in my right arm and "heaviness" in my legs, especially when I get up after laying down. I also have to urinate at times 2 times a hour. I have vestibular problems--dizziness and vertigo at times. The pain in my deltoids and the occipital/parietal headaches have been handled at this point pretty well with Neurontin. I'm trying to do my homework for the visit. What would you all suggest I ask? I've tried everything at this point. PT, epidurals, massage. This all stems from a MVA in 1988. I'm afraid in another 5 years I won't be a candidate for surgery (I'm currently 58 yo) and have rheumatoid arthritis, connective tissue disease and dysautonomia. I've lost 4 inches in height in the past 10 years. I'm borderline for osteopenia. Help!