What Causes Lower Back Pain In Females And How Can You Relieve The Pain?

Have you been suffering from agonizing lower back pain that stops you from doing things you love?

I appreciate how debilitating it is when you aren’t able to do most of the daily things like carrying groceries, picking up kids from school, or even working as your back pain gets worse with time.

It’s very saddening and can impact not only your physical health but also your mental well-being, so it’s very important to get you back to health so you can get back to doing all these things.

Lower back pain in females is very common and you’re not the only one experiencing this problem. The most important thing is to find out what causes your pain, so we can get the right treatment in place.

Whether you’ve been suffering for a while now or your back pain started recently, you can get better if you get the right help.

Read this blog to find out what causes lower back pain in females and what you can do to stop it.

Causes Of Back Pain In Females

There are many causes of back pain in females and women are more likely to suffer from back pain than men because of existing pre-conditions.

While lower back pain is not genetic, there are plenty of common conditions women have that can contribute to having lower back pain.

Here are some of the most common causes of back pain in females.

The 3 Common Causes Of Lower Back Pain In Females

Lower Back Pain During Pregnancy

During pregnancy, your body balance is rapidly changing as you grow and there is more pressure put on your lower back pain as you’re carrying the weight of your baby.

It’s very common to experience back pain and it gets more painful the more your baby grows, but there are some things you can do to help you relieve the pain and enjoy your pregnancy.

There are some great stretches you can try at home but also signing up for Yoga for pregnant women or Pilates can massively improve your back pain and prepare your body for giving birth.

However, physical therapy can help you prepare better for the birth as well as help you bounce back faster after the pregnancy.

Premenstrual Syndrome 

You may have not known that it’s an actual condition, but what you’ve been experiencing before and during your periods is called premenstrual syndrome.

The cravings, fatigue, constant headaches, and lower back pain… sound familiar? These are some of the most common symptoms of premenstrual syndrome.

There are many causes of back pain in female, but this one is probably the most common one, and many women across the world experience pain in their lower back during their periods.

It’s difficult to fully get rid of this problem, but you can try some stretches, heating pads, and massage to help you relieve the pain a little.

Endometriosis Condition 

Another common condition that can cause lower back pain in female is endometriosis.

Endometriosis happens when the tissue that lines the uterus, known as endometrial tissue, grows outside of the uterus.

The most common symptoms you can spot are excruciating menstrual cramps, experiencing pain during sex, and also having lower back pain.

You don’t need to be worried as with the right treatment plan tailored to your needs, you can and will get better.

The Best Treatment For Lower Back Pain 

If you’ve already tried stretches at home, massage therapy, and other home remedies and did not get any results, then now is the time to try something different.

Physical therapy can help you improve your lower back pain without taking medications, injections, and other risky treatments.

As the leading back pain expert in Lacey, I’ve helped thousands of women before to recover from their back pain naturally so they could back to activities they wanted to do without pain.

If you want to learn more about working with me, you can start with a few free options.

For more information on back pain and specialist advice on treating back pain naturally, you can download our free advice report where we’ve put together a lot of useful information.

Another thing you can do is to schedule a free telephone consultation where you can speak to our expert team about your condition, and we can explain in more detail how we can help you.

The most important thing is to take action now before your back pain gets worse and you’re not able to enjoy any moment of your day without thinking about the pain.

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