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    How mild is your scholiosis? Does it affect your day-to-day life? Reason I ask is because most people have a curvature of the spine to some degree without it actually being a problem (well that's what I've been told countless times). I have very mild scholiosis, can't remember the exact degree or angle but they always mention it in MRIs or X-rays but specify that it's not really noteworthy or significant enough to be causing any issues so I haven't even thought twice about it during my pregnancy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsVZ View Post
    How mild is your scholiosis? Does it affect your day-to-day life? Reason I ask is because most people have a curvature of the spine to some degree without it actually being a problem (well that's what I've been told countless times). I have very mild scholiosis, can't remember the exact degree or angle but they always mention it in MRIs or X-rays but specify that it's not really noteworthy or significant enough to be causing any issues so I haven't even thought twice about it during my pregnancy.
    This is similar to mine but it did cause dramas for epidural. Wasn't even mentioned or considered during rest of pregnancy though. Probably depends on where exactly curve is too whether it makes epidural hard.


 

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