Causes and Remedies for Stomach and Lower Back Pain

Lower back and stomach pain are common enough that you may not have any worries beyond the temporary discomfort, but they can easily be a sign of various conditions when they persist. Whether they point towards kidney stones, cysts, appendicitis or heart problems, it becomes important for you to pay close attention to the symptoms and be informed of the possible causes. Any pain lasting more than a few days should be promptly checked by a doctor, as a quick action is critical.


Let’s look at a few possible causes for lower back and stomach pain, as well as a few natural home remedies to help relieve it.

  • Constipation

This highly uncomfortable condition is often the cause. Constipation can be triggered by various factors ranging from dietary problems (not enough fluids, processed foods, low amounts of fiber) to things like stress.

Luckily, it is easier to treat than other possible causes. An excellent natural remedy is the consumption of coconut oil, which has been shown to boost the metabolism.

Mix 1 teaspoon of this oil with a glass of herbal tea and drink on an empty stomach, 30 minutes before each meal.

  • Appendicitis

There are several symptoms to look for here; if you experience mild pain in your lower abdomen and see it grow in intensity, the chances are that you suffer from appendicitis. Other symptoms are nausea, vomiting and loss of appetite. This is a serious condition that should not be treated by ear. Consult a doctor quickly if you have signs that point towards it.

  • Kidney Stones

Kidney stones are well known for the unbearable pain caused in the lower abdomen and back. Other symptoms are pain in the groin and during urination, nausea and vomiting. There are several options that can help your body dissolve these stones, most of them working due to their acidic nature.

Apple cider vinegar can provide relief to its acetic acid which serves to destroy current stones and discourage the formation of others. Mix 2 teaspoons of it in a glass of water. Drink multiple times a day, until you find relief. Lemon juice is another excellent choice for this.

  • Gallstones

Another possible cause of stomach and lower back pain are gallstones. The symptoms can appear right after eating a fatty meal and last for a few hours.

The simple explanation for it is that the fat combines with other substances and forms stones in the gallbladder – prevention is all about having a healthy diet.

One remedy against existing gallstones is lemon juice, as the citric acid can help dissolve them. Mix the juice of half a lemon into a glass of warm water, and drink one in the morning and one in the evening. Repeat until you see improvement

  • Heart Attack

Perhaps the most surprising mention in the list, but heart attacks can cause pain in the stomach and lower back areas. Other symptoms are dizziness, excessive sweating, having difficulty breathing and chest pain. If you suspect you or others are having a heart attack, you should call an ambulance immediately.

As you can see, each possible cause demands specific measures, so make sure you consult a doctor in order to know the best approach to take. You will then be able to address the conditions that stop you from living life to the fullest.

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