Can spina bifida cause chest pain? Thankyou

Depends on the locat. It depends on the location of the defect. Without knowing that only guesses are possible.
Spina bifida. Spina bifida is a disorder that you are born with, developing chest pain as an adult of 58 years of age it would be very unlikely that this disorder is causing chest pain. But having said that if you are have frequent chest pain that needs to be evaluated by your primary care md.

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Hi doctors, can scoliosis cause chest pain? I had Spina bifida as a child and operated on when born, walk slightly with curved back. Thankyou

Neuromuscular . scoliosis causes chest pain. SB is a neuromuscular condition that causes muscle weakness, spasticity or paralysis, making them unable to support the spine, resulting in scoliosis. If not fused in adolescence, scoliosis can progress in adulthood. Premature arthritis of SB includes the spine & worsens with age. Spinal cord tethering can occur at any age. See your SB team for evaluation & treatment. Read more...

I have a lump on my chest I had a surgery for spina bifida do I need to check it?

Spina bifida. And lumps elsewhere are typically not connected. Have the lump checked out for sure! Read more...
See below. The two conditions are not likely to be related. An urgent care center or your local doctor can help you with the lump on your chest. This may be just a cyst, but should be checked out. Read more...
Yes. Even at your young age, a lump on your chest needs to be investigated. Speak to your doctor about what would be the most appropriate test. Read more...

Occult spina bifida, high arches and palate, pectus, tall, spont retinal tear. What does all this mean genetically?

Possibility. I'm not quite sure what you're asking, but you can glean some information from: www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/spinabifida/facts.html I hope this helps you. Read more...

Weird. I have a very high palate and arches. Also pectus excavatum, occult spina bifida. Genetic problem?

Very likely. Sounds like your description may be indicative of a genetic variation in your family. Many medical schools have genetic specialists who can guide you in uncovering hereditary problems. Read more...