Baby Spine Sticks Out When Sitting?

Lordosis is a disorder characterized by a severe inward spinal curvature. From the side, the vertebrae (back bones) of the lower back have an excessive curvature. The abdomen of your kid may protrude, causing the pelvis to bend back and the buttocks to protrude.

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The “spina bifida baby” is a condition where the spine sticks out when sitting. The condition can be treated with surgery or medication.

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