Severe lower back pain off and on at 37 weeks of pregnancy - how can I get rid of it?

Options. You can try tylenol, (acetaminophen) warm soaks and massage. Some people find the maternity belts helpful. In severe cases, physical therapy can help discuss this with your doctor who may want to check for urinary tract infections and/or kidney stones.
Childbirth. Stay off your feet as much as possible untill you give birth. Once you have the baby and your weight goes down the pain should go away.

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I have severe lower back pain after pregnancy - how can I get rid of it?

Back pain pregnancy. After months of spine extension during pregnancy, the small joins in the back are stressed. They need proper mobilization with regular exercise. At your age the pain should completely resolve. Try water aerobics regularly. It is good till the last day for most people. Maintain a healthy weight (easy to say, hard to do!). Strengthen the abdominal muscles. Read more...

How can I get rid of temporary lower back pain?

Meds and therapy. The best therapies for early, intermittent lower back pain is Motrin (as an anti-inflammatory) type drugs and physical therapy (to include daily stretching). Please see your md to workup your back pain before proceeding. Read more...

How can I get rid of lower back pain? Sit at table using computer all day. Wrong height.

Ergonomics. Adjust work station. Get a good chair. Do stretching & strengthening for your back and abdominals. Read more...
Get up. Get up as often as possible, sitting puts the greatest stress on your spine. Read more...
Core strength. Keeping your mid-section strong and your hamstrings (back of the legs) flexible are essential to maintaining a healthy back and for keeping the pain away. The weaker your stomach muscles the weaker your back muscles and the more pain you will experience. You might also consider the care of an osteopathic physician or a chiropractor or physical therapist. Read more...

I have bad lower back pain. I think its gas. How do I get rid of it?

Depend. Lower back pain has variety of causes. Does it come and go type of pain or persistent dull aching? Does it relate to the menstrual cycle? Without specific and physical examination, it is difficult to guess what it is. If the pain comes and go, you may try high fiber diet and avoid gassy food such as lettuce, beans or dairy products. If persistent, shouild see your doctor. Read more...
Gas dose not cuase . Bad back pain. You can read of the gas by good eating habits and using some off the shelf medications. If did not help consult your doctor. Read more...

Chiropractoric treatment, do you think it can help get rid of or lessen lower back pain?

Yes. Often provides temporary relief for one third of people with acute back. Strain same as 6 weeks of time regardless of treatment. Read more...
Minor relief. Chiropractic is based upon a bizarre theory about disease production by spinal nerve dysfunction. At best they offer a sort of message which can provide some short term relief. But chiros want you to come back again and again for "adjustments" for which there is no basis in fact. If your pain lasts longer than 6 weeks, see your orthopod M.D. For diagnosis and treatment. Read more...

What do I do to get rid of lower back pain?

Low back pain. Work on strengthening your core muscles (low back and abdomen) through a low impact routine. Stretching is very important and can include traction, knees to chest, pelvic tilts, etc. A medicine ball is a good tool. These exercises can be guided by a therapist or chiropractor with other modalities as well. More aggressive options include cortisone injections. See your doctor for advice. Read more...