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    Lower back pain
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    jwhite412; posted:
    Started to feel this pain about a month ago. I workout about 4 or 5 days a week somtimes twice a day. I can't pinpoint when this happen, but I am guessing I tweaked it in the club. Anyway I took a week off from the gym and went back yesterday and felt pretty good until about half-way through my workout, no wthe pain is back. I have tried water therapy and heat. Can't seem to sake it. Any suggestions?
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    Louise_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Ouch!

    Here is some information on Lower Back Pain that includes when to seek medical assistance as well as some home remedies and prevention tips.

    I hope it helps and you feel better soon.
    ~Louise


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