Can bad back pain mean more period than a pregnancy?

Depends. Even pregnant people can hurt their backs just like anyone else. Most pregnant women have some degree of back discomfort but mot usually a lot.

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37 weeks and never felt so bad my whole pregnancy. I'm having period like cramps all the time &' my belly gets super hard along with bad back pain?

On the internet? We love this Health Tap App. But it is never to replace actual health care. You are in labor. Or you have an infection. Either way you need to sign off of the internet and contact your OB. Don't you think? Today? Read more...
Pregnancy. Sounds like you may be having labor pains. Go immediately to L & D for evaluation. . Read more...
The big show's comin. hang in there....it'll be over in the next couple of weeks. This is in preparation for the real deal. Is this going to be a natural birth process, induced, or planned C? Good luck. You're young but every pregnant woman should watch Bill Cosby's Classic Monologue on Kids and Giving Birth. You'll laugh so hard that you may just have the baby without realizing it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEwPy31vWZ8. Read more...

I get nausea everyday...Mainly in the morning but also in afternoon is that bad? Also I have gotten bad back pain a/ stomach this has been happining for the past few months. I haven't gotten my period yet ethier. Also its not pregnacy problems cause im to

As . As with most pain conditions, there can be a variety of potential problems that can cause the pain that you are describing. It is difficult to diagnose with the short description given and without a proper physical examination. Pain is often a sign of inflammation. Inflammation often occurs when something is irritated. Irritation occurs from a variety of different things. If the pain does not improve, you should see someone who is qualified to make an appropriate diagnosis. Nausea with stomach pain that radiates to the back can be anything from reflux to something much more serious. You should see your physician. As always, i would highly suggest you do your research when seeking medical help. Find a physician who meets, or even better, exceeds the basic qualifications to practice in their specific field or sub-specialty. Read more...
Based . Based on the length of time you've had your symptoms, and what you describe, you should seek care with a qualified medical professional. The list of possible causes of your symptoms is long, from gallbladder issues to reflux disease to female issues. Hope you begin feeling better soon. Read more...

I had my period almost 2weeks late. It lasted for 4days after that I was STYLL spot bleediin with bad back pain... what does that mean.

Get checked. Any chance you could be pregnant? if so, bleeding and pain can be serious and if you still have pain go to ER. Could be an infection too. There are a lot of possibilities, but new onset of severe back pain means you should get seen asap, no matter what. Read more...

I'm 30y old. Period 20 days late, I have bad lower back pain, frequent urination and ovarian pain and pregnancy test is negative. What could it be?

Serum pregnancy test. Have you had a SERUM pregnancy test? Have you performed a 2nd home pregnancy test? Have you had a urine analysis done to look for an infectious disease? Have you called your OB/GYN or PCP yet? The last questions is probably your best hint at getting positive action since all WE can do on this network is what you're doing- guessing wassup with very little information at our disposal....Good luck! Read more...