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... b due to inflammation. On days the inflammation is increased, the pain goes up as well. ... (5 replies)
... I was wondering if anyone else has had problems with tailbone area inflammation after microdisckectomy? ... (4 replies)
... i had a microdisectomy on July 1st and still have the tailbone pain 6 mons later. My doctor said it was from inflammation and that it will go away eventually. He wanted me to take oral prednisone for it but I opted not to. ... (8 replies)

... I am now sitting for a few minutes, on a cushion, and can drive short distances most days. But, when I get up, I still get a knifelike pain prying the tailbone area apart if I've sat more than 10 minutes, so I sit for only a few minutes. ... (0 replies)
Nov 28, 2003
... The caudal injection was very painful for me...the first of two anyway. But...I believe that's bcuz I had problems for over 3 yrs by that the inflammation had to be great. ... (2 replies)
... My doctor today stated that the pain I feel at my SI Joint, near the tailbone was "inflammation"...he has been saying this for a while now.....telling me to get in a pool or beach water, anything that is cool.....except a cool shower... ... (3 replies)
... leg pain and my newly found tailbone pain followed on the following Thursday. ... (2 replies)
... d in July last year. I have had consistent tailbone pain since along with low back pain that seems to get a bit better as time goes on. The tailbone gets me the worse, I use a ccoycx cushion when I sit that helps somewhat. ... (8 replies)
... Hi Sky I would suggest getting xrays or a CT done! I'm sure it's possible to injure your tailbone by constantly cracking your back, but can't be positive! ... (1 replies)
... Hi everyone, sorry I am just now getting back to you. I had an MRI and the coccyx looked fine. The conclusion was inflammation....and spinal stenosis. I had my injection and listen...I think I almost cried with what I feel IS a true miracle! I can SIT and it appears that some of the cortisone is working its way into my lower back as well. I see my Dr's asst. next Thurs. and... (21 replies)
... Do you have one of those "doughnut" seat cushions -- the type that is a flat ring with the middle part removed? This should make sitting more comfortable for you as it keeps pressure off the tailbone. If you take NSAIDS for inflammation, it might help. Sometimes a type of manual manipulation of the coccyx helps, particularly in chronic situations. (4 replies)
... In addition to your tailbone hurting, you may be having sacroiliac joint pain. Since this has been ongoing for a year, you definitely should have xrays of SI joints and lumbar spine. ... (5 replies)
... The tailbone area is a particularly sensitive area. When traumatized, such as in a fall or an assault such as you had, it can be difficult to get it to heal. ... (6 replies)
... uld be related to what position you were lying in while you were asleep. I'm fused from T4 to the sacrum, so I have no movement whatsoever in my lumbar spine or tailbone area. ... (4 replies)
... out. It would put less pressure on the tailbone area than a ring. I found one at a pharmacy with a large durable medical supply area. ... (4 replies)
... I'm beginning to think the tailbone pain is just another cross we'll have to bear. ... (12 replies)
Tailbone Pain
Feb 10, 2015
... Chances are you have an inflammation of the coccyx. It can take awhile to go away and is aggravated by sitting. If you have a doughnut shaped cushion it will take the pressure off the coccyx. ... (1 replies)
... Welcome to the board. Without knowing more detail, I couldn't say whether the once fractured coccyx has any effect on the disc herniation, but my guess is probably not. A fracture of the coccyx usually takes 8-12 weeks to heal. Since it happened four years ago, I would assume it has healed and is not a factor. Regarding the disc herniation, it may heal on its own or,... (1 replies)
... Hi correct usage, Im sorry i forgot to mention ice packs or cold gel packs that stay soft & malleable after freezing really help reduce pain or pressure sensation by numbing the area although you do have to be careful to protect the skin & slows the bloodflow to the area also reducing inflammation. I have one that covers entire lumbar area but also use it at night because... (3 replies)
... off than I. makes me "almost" forget about my Lupus issues! I know my sed rate being at 105 makes things that is another problem. LOTS of inflammation inside of me, sadly. ... (21 replies)

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