Breathing Issues - Scoliosis
I had my X-RAY 3 years ago at the age of 15 and was told I have severe Scoliosis - however, I wasn't born with this. Nothing has been done since it was discovered. My next appointment with my Orthopedic doctor in March 2017 for a more recent X-RAY to see what has changed.
I've been experiencing what feels like "crushing lungs" on the left side of my body where my shortest curve is. My largest curve is on the right side. I'm leaning more toward the left now and starting to hunch over like Quasie-Modo.
Walking can be painful, especially long distances. However, no matter what distance I walk, it feels like my lung is crushing on the left side, leaving me quite breathless. Exercise in general is quite painful for me.
I'm just wondering if breathing difficulties is normal with someone with Scoliosis?
Edit: I also suffer from Lumbar Lordosis. The headaches I receive daily are horrifying.
Last edited by Fyren5; 12-12-2016 at 11:59 AM.
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