My lower back has been a problem now for a little less then a year. And the pain wasn't so bad till recently, if i stand for to long or recently if i stand for longer then 5 mins. my back begins to feel like it is curving inward.It starts to hurt as well. It literally feels like my back is curving. I'm not a 100% sure but it looks to me that my back does looked more curved but it could also be me overreacting. I can't lay on my stomach at all either the pain get is really bad. It makes me feel like i need to bend over and touch my toes to make it feel better but it doesn't do anything. Any suggestions?View Thread
Thank you so much I know this is a late response, but those are great ideas that I will try. The pain ended up just going away, but unfortunately it is back so I'm definitely going to try them. Thank you View Thread
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