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Scoliosis
hallzerk | 
Norway NoeNOR 
I just got diagnosed with scoliosis :( Gonna take x-ray in a couple of weeks. Anyone else here have any exp with scoliosis?
2020-01-24 01:30
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Rip men will miss you :(
2020-01-24 01:33
#3
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United States ClickHole 
Is he going to die?
2020-01-24 01:35
ofc men, it's rest in pepperoni for sure
2020-01-24 01:41
#11
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United States ClickHole 
Farewell to him then.
2020-01-24 01:42
bye ;( ill miss u <3
2020-01-24 01:59
ill miss u 2 <3 ;(
2020-01-24 01:59
#2
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Turkey Kukiv 
wtf get well soon men
2020-01-24 01:35
ty <3
2020-01-24 01:53
#4
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Russia MeowZer 
well who the fuck cares its not affecting anything
2020-01-24 01:36
Well it affects me
2020-01-24 01:59
#35
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Russia MeowZer 
how i have scoliosis and flat feets but dont car
2020-01-24 02:00
#54
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Poland rude_wredne 
wtf is flat feets i car men tell
2020-01-24 02:33
Google
2020-01-24 03:08
#73
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Poland rude_wredne 
zywho
2020-01-24 15:03
#44
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Brazil NiceBrazilian 
wtf
2020-01-24 02:14
#47
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Russia MeowZer 
what
2020-01-24 02:16
u gonna die
2020-01-24 03:45
seems like people here don't know what scoliosis is
2020-01-24 01:37
#7
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United Kingdom Megamo10 
+1
2020-01-24 01:38
yea
2020-01-24 01:58
Get out of the computer chair and stop leaning to one side, become active, work in your posture. A good chiropractor helps but yoga seems to be very helpful, if you're young you can gain back a normal spine.
2020-01-24 01:40
Doctor said it had nothing to do with how i've been sitting or leaning. I wasnt born with it. It just happened while I was growing up and I didnt really notice it until like 6 months ago and I just went to see what it was. It cant totally be fixed without a surgery, and surgey are only for those with severe scoliosis (I dont think I have severe). It is totally fine to live with but it looks kinda weird if you notice it :/.
2020-01-24 01:53
Do you sit all the time and lean to one side often? Pay attention to it if you do van definitely cause your spine to curve. Don't let anyone tell you cannot be improved or fixed, yoga is a good and cheap way to start.
2020-01-24 02:00
Yeah, I have a habit of leaning to one side. Like prob 5 years of 4-6 hours/day leaning. It is really hard to not lean because its how my spine is now. I have considered doing a 15 minute flexibility routine every day. Hopefully it will help :))
2020-01-24 02:04
Yes, that's exactly what happened to me.
2020-01-24 02:05
What part happened? The leaning or the get better part? :P
2020-01-24 02:06
I was leaning to one side for years and it curved my spine, but I left it untreated for years. A chiropractor helped me get strength back into my legs with spine adjustments, but I never really thought I had a problem with leg strength as they are strong. I found that yoga is the best option to balance the body back into form. If you get chiropractor help make sure you get a good one.
2020-01-24 02:09
Ah ok. How is your spine now? After the xray results ill get a physical therapist to make a plan to strengthen the muscle that need to strengthen and relieve the muscles thats tensed.
2020-01-24 02:13
#69
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Israel GrandpaZ 
Lmao...it doesn't work this way... scoliosis is an inherent developmental defect of the spine, nothing to do with levels of activity or posture. Also, a chiropractor wont help, you can either stop it from worsening using a special brace/device early on, or a surgery in extreme cases.
2020-01-24 04:19
No problem, I'll tell my spine that it doesn't feel better than ever now. Thanks for the information doc. Let me ask you doc, a brace purpose wouldnt be to correct posture/straighten your back would it?
2020-01-24 05:27
which song do you want to be played at your funeral mens)))?
2020-01-24 01:40
2020-01-24 01:55
#49
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Brazil NiceBrazilian 
LOL
2020-01-24 02:19
#10
OK | 
Peru TheJuan 
RIP(((
2020-01-24 01:41
Permanent posture for getting anal'd. edit; sorry, couldn't resist. Hope they can fix it by the time it'll affect you.
2020-01-24 01:46
haha, ty though ::))
2020-01-24 01:55
rip bro you're gonna die in like 2 years we will miss you
2020-01-24 01:46
Ill miss u guys too ;(
2020-01-24 01:49
in all seriousness though my mom actually had scoliosis and claimed it hurt randomly but got surgery for it so she's good now. hopefully the x-ray shows that you don't have it because I was "diagnosed" with it but when we did an x-ray I was fine
2020-01-24 01:53
Thanks m8, I also hope its not really that bad.
2020-01-24 01:54
Imagine how hard you'd be in debt if you were in the US for treating this... You're quite fortunate with your misfortune in that regard.
2020-01-24 01:53
haha, true :)))
2020-01-24 01:54
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Other wholelottared 
L
2020-01-24 01:53
O
2020-01-24 01:55
#24
Stewie2K | 
United States 1ukie 
what degree curvature
2020-01-24 01:55
upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c.. He's gonna be like this in 7 days.
2020-01-24 01:57
hahahah made me laugh so hard lol
2020-01-24 02:40
Gonna have xray in some weeks, ill know then. Visited the doctor yesterday to confirm it was scoliosis (I had some assumptions I had something wrong with my back like 5-6 months ago but I really didnt think about it until now).
2020-01-24 01:57
#50
Stewie2K | 
United States 1ukie 
well good luck
2020-01-24 02:23
ty <3
2020-01-24 02:40
hockey fucked my back up, so I have scoliosis as well. :c
2020-01-24 01:57
:( You know how bad? What did the doctors tell you?
2020-01-24 01:58
dont remember tbh. But personally from me, it has no effect on me, so I assume u'll be fine as well
2020-01-24 03:41
#34
tarik | 
Norway MD! 
Very unlocko is it a big curve? Like do you need a surgery?
2020-01-24 02:00
I dont think its that severe but i dont know until i get the xray results :///
2020-01-24 02:15
Fuck man RIP When's the funeral?
2020-01-24 02:02
I dont know yet. But can you play this song in my funeral when im gone? youtube.com/watch?v=l482T0yNkeo
2020-01-24 02:16
idk mens, only if you can play this in my funeral. youtube.com/watch?v=D9ioyEvdggk
2020-01-24 02:27
NO STAIRWAY!!
2020-01-24 02:32
blyat.
2020-01-24 02:33
+1 i will do
2020-01-24 02:39
You're my best friend <3
2020-01-24 03:59
<3
2020-01-24 20:55
Its a very common thing. It depends on how deep are yours. It hurts? I recommend daily stretching
2020-01-24 02:02
It hurts when I take the bus for like 30 min+. But mostly its ok. I have planned to do a 15 min stretching/flexibility routine every day.
2020-01-24 02:17
Shit that not sound good. Do that. Focus at cervical exercises you will obtain good results I hope.
2020-01-24 13:03
#55
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United States theory^ 
diagnosed when i was like 12 after my mom noticed my shoulders were not on the same height sometimes i have a mild case but its still scoliosis, confirmed curvature with x-rays. Doctor said it has been getting better through puberty for me, turning 16 in 2 weeks if youre young it may straighten out a bit like me but i am still insecure about my shoulders sometimes even though you cant even tell lol
2020-01-24 02:35
im 19. My right shoulder is lower than my left, and my left side is like not same shape as right. It looks kinda like this: google.com/search?q=scoliosis&sxsrf=ACYB..
2020-01-24 02:48
I have had it my entire life so I wouldn't know what it would be like to live without it. You just need to avoid uncomfortable positions. I always find that it really helps me to have my feet raised at a small angle when sitting down - it straightens my spine. Sit up straight and avoid slouching. Make sure you have a comfortable chair. In my personal experience I find it most comfortable to have a simple chair with a 90% angle for the back with no armrests. Avoid armchairs. Make sure you do plenty of exercise and focus on building up the muscles in your back in particular. I find it very uncomfortable to stand for extended periods of time (e.g. shopping with girlfriend) but otherwise walking, running and other forms of exercise are completely fine. Also, learn stretching.
2020-01-24 02:41
Thanks for great comment. How bad is your spinal curve? I started weightlifting like 6 months ago and have seen improvements.
2020-01-24 02:50
Honestly, I have no idea. I was diagnosed like 25 years ago when I was very young and at the time it was really bad. I started doing a lot of sports from that moment on and it's got better gradually since. If you're still young (i.e. in your teens) I would stay away from heavy weights (regular stuff in the gym is fine) and focus instead on general fitness. The key thing is to be generally active. Running, skiing etc is all good but for me the real goldmine was athletics. I was fat when I was growing up and when I was diagnosed with scoliosis my parents put me into tennis class. I played tennis for many years and even though I lost the weight quickly and got very fit tennis is not a great sport for general fitness - in fact it tends to create severe bodily dysmorphia if you do not do other kinds of exercise. I then spent a summer doing athletics and it fixed my walking, my running, my jumping, my posture, everything.
2020-01-24 03:41
i have scoliosis for 3 years, I do not know its degree but mine is not high, just try not to bend to one side and always maintain a good posture, sometimes doing some exercises and stretching also helps
2020-01-24 03:07
what degree?
2020-01-24 04:08
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2020-01-24 13:05
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