Diagnosed w Spina Bifida Occulta: I been lifting weights for 2 years. Started feeling soreness in my lower back. Does squats and deadlift affect SBO?

Don't do it. there are many other exercise choices available rather than squats and dead lifts. Strongly recommend that you increase your core strength/abdominals and this would greatly benefit your lower back.

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I have 35 degree congenital lumbar scoliosis along with spina bifida occulta in L5 vertebra. Is lifting weights and doing push ups a good idea?

It is fine. Typically spina bifida occulta is not highly destabilized and more of an incidental finding. The scoliosis should also not be a huge problem. My recommendation would be to work out, but don't do exercises that are bothersome to your low back. If it hurts, don't do it. Read more...
Well... Exercising and lifting reasonable wights are good in general for everyone, as long as it doesn't bother your back. Would stay away from heavy squatting however. But, a 35 degree lumbar curve is fairly significant. You should be evaluated by a spine deformity surgeon if you haven't been already. Read more...