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Severe back pain during pregnancy. Changing positions, hot shower not helping. Taking tylenol. How to relive pain?

i m 40 weeks pregnant and i m having severe UPPER back pain that comes and goes in intervals. I havent been checked for dilation or effacement in over 2 weeks. I contract often but not regularly and the baby is pressing so low i can barely walk. I had an appointment with my doctor today but he got called into do a c-section and I got rescheduled. switching positions does not help or taking a hot shower or bath and i ve taken 600mg of tylenol . it feels like a squeezing pinching pain in between my spine and shoulder blade.
Asked On : Fri, 29 Jun 2012
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So i advise yo to consult your gynaecologist as an emergency case if there is white discharge or spoting.
I advise you some diet recomendations as take more of curd with food. avoid taking spices chillies and
junk foods. rubifecients can help you to some extent. dont worry you will be fine. thank you.
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