33 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Pls help, my wife is undergoing severe pain from right lower back spreading towards right stomach , she is 8 months pregnant now

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Answer: Hi dear, Back pain or discomfort is common during pregnancy and should be expected to some degree by most women. Back pain may be experienced during any point of your pregnancy; however, it most commonly occurs later in pregnancy as baby grows.  Here are a few steps you can take to help reduce the back pain you are experiencing: Use exercises approved by your health care provider that support and help strengthen the back and abdomen.Squat to pick up something instead of bending over.Avoid high heels and other shoes that do not provide adequate support.Avoid sleeping on your back.Wear a support belt under your lower abdomen.Consider having your back adjusted by a chiropractor.Get plenty of rest. Elevating your feet is also good for your back.
Answer: Consult doc at earliest
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