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Scoliosis, sounds from back when lying down. Related?

Hi doctor, hope you are fine,, I m 18 years old, female, diagnosed with scoliosis last year , with 28 degrees C shape, and a fracture in the L5 ..lately I here sounds from my back when I lay on my back,, it s like pop sounds ,, I feel like the bones coming back to there places with small pain till the sounds are off.. I don t know if it s related to scoliosis ,, I wanted to know the reason of these sounds,, thnx
Asked On : Sat, 6 Oct 2012
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Dear I am sorry for health problem you are experiencing.I think that the thing more important to do is to control what happens with fracture during time.You should take contact with an neurosurgeon and realize periodically radiological examination.Those sounds you are are caused because spine vertebra have lost their physiological posture probably due to lumbar fracture.I would recommend lumbar fortress and talk to a neurosurgeon.Wish you all the best
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