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Is a heating pad good to use on back pain and stomach pain?

Heating pads can help to relax back pain and stomach pain! Use heat for 20 to 30 minutes at a time! Ice packs and massages may also give relief! ! Any Suggestions here?


  1. Eura Reply:

    The use of a heating pad can be an effective non-surgical treatment for the relief of back pain. Heat may relieve pain but it won't cure the cause of chronic back pain. heating pads that are electric and feature a temperature control are best for joint pain, stomach aches and stiff necks can all be treated with the use of a Detail:

  2. Tisa Reply:

    Stomach cramps are painful but it’s possible to relieve them using home remedies easily and For period pain, try a heating pad on your back or abdomen.

  3. Albertha Reply:

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  4. Kenneth Reply:

    Back pain, joint pain, stomach aches and stiff necks can all be treated with the use of a heating pad. While store bought electrical heating pads can be useful in some situations, they are often stiff and hard to move around with. You must … More:

  5. Marci Reply:

    Check the pad to make sure it is clean, free of defects and in good working order. Cover your heating pad with a soft towel, or the cover provided with the heating pad. Heat your heating pad. If you are using a microwavable pad, heat in the… More:

  6. Linette Reply:

    I am a female. 58 yo. I have severe upper right back. Laying on stomach pain travels stomach pain when laying on to mid back pain. I feel better when standing up. Sometimes I

  7. Verda Reply:

    you said, its not the first time, what cause the pain the first time?? theres your answer! I think you need to call your PC and tell them what is happening, and refer you to an orthopedic doctor!hip sticking out, sounds like a bursa problem, please refer to a PC!

  8. Kaye Reply:

    Some women are helped by placing a heating pad on their abdomen, taking a warm bath or This does sound like pregnany but not necessarily a good one. the sharp pain I was probably 3 months along and was laying back and sneezed and it hurt . I accept the community guidelines, terms of use and privacy policy.

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