From an article on WebMD that I found:
If the spinal cord or nerves become squeezed,
symptoms may include:
- Numbness, weakness, cramping, or pain in the
legs, feet, or buttocks. These symptoms get worse when you walk, stand
straight, or lean backward. The pain gets better when you sit down or lean
- Stiffness in the legs and thighs.
- Low back
- In severe cases, loss of bladder and bowel control.
Symptoms may be severe at times and less severe at other
times. Most people will not be severely disabled. In fact, many people do not
have symptoms at all.
From this it doesn't look like vertigo is typical, but I would speak to my doctor. Here is the article if you want to read more:
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