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Should I talk to my doctor about my kyphosis symptoms?

The symptoms of kyphosis include mild, continual pain in the back, fatigue, and stiffening or tenderness in the spine. The most common kyphosis symptom is mild back pain. If you have any symptoms of kyphosis, you should talk to your doctor about them. Your doctor can provide treatment and suggestions that may help to alleviate the pain that you are experiencing.

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What increases my risk for kyphosis (hunchback)?
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Are there alternative treatments for kyphosis (hunchback)?
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How do I manage my kyphosis (hunchback) on a daily basis?
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