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I had major lower back pain in my first pregnancy and went for a Prenatal massage with DH for our anniversary. It was bliss! If you have the chance a massage is always nice no matter what but especially when pregnant.
I do know there's certain pressure points known to help put women into labor whose bodies are ready but I personally dont have experience with that.
I had a regular prenatal massage when I was about 8 months and it was wonderful!!! The massage therapist used lighter pressure than what I'm used to and didn't focus long on certain areas where pressure points can start contractions.
I also had two induction massages when I was past 41 weeks. I wasn't expecting them to work (which they didn't) but I never turn down a massage so I went with it
Also, seeing a chiropractor could really help with your back pain. I had horrible pelvic pain at the end and getting regular adjustments was the only thing that helped.
Claire Ellene 2/13/12 8 lbs 6 oz 21"