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leg symptoms.. saddle position symptoms

SukhreSSukhre San Diego, CAPosts: 181
edited 12/09/2015 - 7:59 PM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery
I have severe stenosis at C4-7 and some nerve damage at C5-6.

There are times I go for a week or so without much symptoms.

When the doctors test my arms and legs, they see no major weaknesses (my MRI is scary). Multiple surgeons told me to do the surgery just to prevent future losses.

Now I have had pain in my arms. Once in a while I get tingling feelings or numbness on my arms, legs, thighs even saddle area. Initially it was so subtle, I thought it was dry skin. Even now it comes and goes. It scares me. I have heard leg symptoms from cervical is more serious. Anyone have had them?

MRI shows C4-C7 severe steonosis. Pain in hand.
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