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Spinal Deformity years after compression fracture.

I am 19 years old, and am having a lot of back issues. 5 years ago when I was 13, I had some mild compression fractures in my T2, T3, T4. They healed, I was told I would be fine for the rest of my life, and I've been pain free for a long time and very active. Recently, I've started to have some mild pain in my upper back and it feels like I'm developing some spinal deformities. I am a very active person and I've had to stop all my activities like working out, skydiving, sports etc.  There's a lot of literature out there which describes development of kyphosis and scoliosis immediately after injury, but I was wondering if it's possible to develop it many years after injury. If anyone has any insights that would be great.
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  • Omg. I thought I was young to be having such issues and I am in my forties. I have done a lot of research on this subject because I am battling with traumatic kyphosis and now multiple osteoporosis fractures. I believe it is possible for problems to develop later. I urge you to get yourself checked out because this is not something you want to take any chances with.
    February 2015 : T12 burst fracture undiagnosed for 12 weeks
    June 2015: kyphoplasty
    December: T12-L3 facet injections
    Currently contemplating reconstruction
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