Do you know about the condition call Lordosis?

Do you know about the condition call Lordosis?

I've been thinking a lot about what the pain management doctor told me. He said I did not have AS. However, my back is always hurting. This morning, while lying in bed, I noticed when laying on my stomach, I can push my pelvis forward and the pain went away. I looked up, Can the spine be curved too much forward. It came up with Lordosis. I started looking into that. When I was in middle school, I made a friend who told me I needed to straighten up, as my hips were… read more

A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

Hi Rick2015,

That was real useful info on Lordoses you sent DebSmith. With laying on bed with pillow under tummy etc. Thank you sending you back a hug. Have some really good days too.

posted 3 days ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

Yes @A MySpondylitisTeam Member you and i are in the same proverbial boat dear. I'm not completely in compliance with giving in to this mess as i still fight it, but i accept stubbornly that it's not going to get better. I will always push and try, never giving up.

posted 4 days ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

@A MySpondylitisTeam Member
I guess I'm still having having a difficult time accepting that my health will never get any better. I keep trying and trying to overcome it, but eventually, I'm sure I'll have to accept it. It really stinks. There's so much I want to do and I know I'll never be able to do it. I don't have any doctors that are able to do anything. They know about the conditions, but don't know what to do for it. All we can do is pray for better days!

Have a great evening!

posted 4 days ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

@A MySpondylitisTeam Member Thank you dear. I was extremely overwhelmed by so many issues, diseases of back it's taken me 5 years to finally acknowledge that it isn't going to get better. But I try to follow my doctors advice as to hold fast at one plain instead of slipping worse too fast. She has helped slow it down a bit and not that it is better but rather not getting worse as fast.

Wishing you a lovely day Deb!

posted 4 days ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

Lordosis is real, and yes it can cause pain and other issues. I have this as well and work on it often. Try laying on your bed on your stomach with feet hanging off of bed with a small pillow under your tummy for 15 or 20 minutes 2 to 4 times a day, it seems too help me a bit on bad day's.
Wishing you well, hang in there!

posted 4 days ago
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