I was recently diagnosed with l5-s1 and c5-c6 spondylosis. I have gained a lot of weight in the last 2 yrs. Is it the reason or something else? I'm 28

No. Weight gain is mainly due to taking in more calories than you burn off. If your activity level has decreased because of the problem thus could be part of the cause. Some medications can also increase appetite. You may want to discuss this and a weight control program with your doctor. Excess weight can increase the back/neck problem.

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