Is not excavatum outward? been a while since I been in basic human anatomy class. Isnt incuvatum inward and excuvatum outward? No look up btw off the top of this old burnt brain...
honestly, no disrespect if you're a vet or important on this board, but screw you.I googled it and... I DO NOT WANT TO SEE THAT EVER AGAIN! DAMN!
i think you misread the post, i wasnt saying anything negative to you, it was to someone else. and i'm surprised you don't see it more often.. i have had multiple close friends who realized they had it or we realized we both had it throughout the years.. and i think its like 1 in 500 males!like i said BRO I have a M.S.IN EXERCISE PHYS. and I have not seen that condition in 20 years so if im wrong im wrong. going off a 20 year old education on a fried or soon to be fried brain. either way sorry for your condition. best of luck. I thought excavatum was pidg(convexity) and incuvatum was a concavity- but you got it so ya know better than me!
it's about 20k out of pocket surgery as insurance won't cover it unless it's denting into your heart or something.. mine is mild to moderate, but it's pretty symmetrical luckily. mine doesnt go high on my sternum but does make my lower 2 ribs flare outward, especially at lower bodyfat levels.how bad have you got it op? i have it only on my left side and its reasonably mild it mainly affects my chest symmetry i do more work on it by doing floor presses with a dumbell on my left side.
you can get it operated on and apparently they have pretty good results with it now, but depending on how bad your case is it may not be that noticable, like Johnny said, everyone has their weaknesses you just have to work around it as best as you can.