Gas and bloating can lead to back pain in some cases, according to Back Pain Health Center. This type of pain is typically caused by trapped gas putting pressure against the abdomen or spine. More »

Treatment options for lower back pain may include rest, exercise, medications, chiropractic manipulation, epidural steroid injections, and heat and ice applications, according to Spine-health. In cases of severe pain, do... More »

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Causes of abdominal pain with back pain include pancreatic cancer, urinary tract infection and gallstones, according to Mayo Clinic, MedicineNet and WebMD. In pancreatic cancer, the pain begins in the upper abdomen and r... More »

The most common symptoms of spastic colon are pain in the abdomen, cramping, gas, bloating, mucus in the stool, diarrhea and constipation, according to the Mayo Clinic. Spastic colon is another term for irritable bowel s... More »

To get rid of gas and bloating, a person should reduce the amount of alcoholic beverages and carbonated beverages he drinks, and increase water consumption, according to WebMD. Some nonprescription medicines may be taken... More »

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Patients can ease gas and bloating with antacids and food enzyme supplements, according to WebMD. Reducing intake of soda, fruits and milk may also help alleviate gas and bloating for many patients. More »

Avoiding problematic foods, eating and drinking slowly, and taking over-the-counter digestive aids are all ways to cure bloating and gas, according to Everyday Health. The exact cure depends on the cause of the gas and v... More »

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