Hi Anonymous and thanks for your question.
Whether or not you have lumbar spine problems, you can get pregnant if you don't have any fertility issues that would prevent conception. Getting pregnant, however, may increase any pain and discomfort that you already have from your lumbar spine problems.
According to the American Pregnancy Association (APA) , some 50-70% of all pregnant women report having back pain. This can occur during any point of the pregnancy, but it most commonly occurs later in the pregnancy as the weight of the baby increases.
The APA recommends the following steps to reduce back pain during pregnancy:
The APA further advises a number of things that can be done to treat back pain during pregnancy.
Of course you should also discuss your situation with your gynecologist who should be able to help you further in assessing your situation and how pregnancy would impact your condition.
Hope that helps,