You know the story, i had underweight from 16 to 20 years with 55 kg due to anxiety. Then at 20 years old the weight was very normal. I had bad sitting positions in front of the computer at home and also in school for many hours a day. Maybe i had poor nutrition or lack of minerals although the blood tests didn't say that. At 19 years the 20° S curve scoliosis was diagnosed. Noone saw it before, my spine was normal previously.
Does that have anything to do with my underweight and bad sitting positions in the past? I am male and my weight was only 55 kg from 16 to 20 years. (I am now 21 years old) Or maybe it was the bad sitting positions that caused the scoliosis?
Did I worsen it? Maybe I had only 10° and through all that it worsened to 20° ? Does anyone know? Please help. Thanks for reading. This is important to me. I worry about it and have guilt feelings.
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