First, have an MRI to see what is going on with your back, if it is a disc problem, if so, what kind, etc. That way you have a better idea of what you can and should be able to do to help the pain. Exercise, stretches, there are many things other than pills that can help you and i am a fan of chiropractic care, as long as no nerve damage is involved. That's why it's important to have the MRI or CAT scan to find out what exactly is causing your pain.
Good luck, hope it is something you can control w/exercise. Dede
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