Can cervical disk bulge cause arm weakness?

Possible. If the disc is pressing on a nerve root or part of the spinal cord, it could cause weakness and/or numbness in the arm.

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Stiff, discomfort, feeling pinch all the time at rear skull base (left side) for 10 yr. MRI scan shown disc bulging at C3-4 and C4-5 no arm weakness. Anyway to cure this pinch feeling without surgery?

You might. Try physical therapy or other non surgical modalities like acupuncture but ultimately surgery may be the best way. Read more...
Pinched nerve. Yes. Physical therapy, chiropractic care, cervical traction, compound creams, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, and pain management with nerve/facet blocks can relieve the pain without surgery. Read more...
Yes. Find an experienced physical therapist, and get stabilized with therapy. Then, move to an independent home exercise program. May take several months but outcome will be worthwhile. Read more...

I have cong. Cervical spinal stenosis on 3 levels. Mri is showing some compression. Lermittes signs, no reflexes in left arm & weakness. Options?

See specialist. All the physical examination findings that you are mentioning are concerning. Most concerning for me, depending on the severity of the stenosis, would be that if something happens (a bad fall for example) it could place you at risk for much more serious problems. This is something that you need to discuss with a good spine specialist and a surgeon (find one that does lots of spine procedures). Read more...
Surgery. Based on your description, surgery is probably your best option. Read more...

Pain in Lt shoulder blade/neck, pins& needles, clumsiness & arm weakness. Mri showed cervical Osteophyte. Does this mean I have cervical spondylosis?

Spondylitis. is another term for degenerative arthritis of the spine, and osteophytes are a manifestation of degenerative change, so the answer is yes. Read more...
Yes! I am surprised that the MRI didn't show anything else, or Did it? You need to be seen and examined by an Orthopod to determine the cause of the tingling (pins/needles) that you are experiencing, as these couls very well be from the spondylosis But the MRI should have reported stenosis. Have you provided a complete MRI report? Read more...