I'm an 18 year old female. I have scoliosis (2 curves, a 30 and a 17 degree curve). My joints are all very flexible all throughout my body. All my joints hyperextent quite a bit (i can place most of my fingers on the back of my hand with little discomfort, my knees and elbows both hyperextend quite a bit). Numerous doctors have said that I have loose joints. I also have collapsed arches. None of these things cause any major problems.
Anyways, once upon a time, I was at a routine check up for my scoliosis. They checked usual things like my balance, reflexes, flexibility and whatnot. There were 2 doctors there (one was a student type or something). They both looked into my eyes and said that I have a little bit of something that i misheard. But I heard the word 'blue.' Anyway, I recently realized that he was referring to blue sclarae. It looked like he was expecting me to have blue sclarae. So, i was under the impression that he felt that my, i guess symptoms, were indicative of something but i guess he didnt want to say anything.
I did a multiple symptom checker with blue sclarae and scoliosis.
One thing that quite closely fit the descpition of was osteogenesis imperfecta, with one exception : I have never broken a single bone, nor ever had a fracture. Apart form that I have everything. I also found it on another site and it said hearing loss. I'm pretty sure I've got that too.
Was he 'refering' to this or something else? Or am I being a hypochondriac or something?
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