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Coccxydynia, tail bone pain, sacum pain, estradoil dosage for chronic pain ?

have you heard of estradoil helping coccxydynia and if so, what dosage? i have chronic pain in my tail bone (where it all started) and now I have chronic pain that has spread to my sacum, si joints, hips, and lower back areas. the pain is constant. it s been on going for several yrs, every single day. only relief is laying on my side or walking. but i have a bad leg and walking is difficult for me to do. any thoughts on estradoil dosage for chronic pain? thx.
Asked On : Tue, 27 Mar 2012
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Hi, Estradiol may help improve bone pains including coccydynia in women, in whom the cause is osteopenia due to estradiol deficiency. This occurs in particular, in women who are peri- or post-menopausal. Dosage depends upon the route of administration. However, please remember that one cannot start taking estradiol without prior consulting a doctor, in person. If you think estradiol deficiency is the cause of your problem go to a gynaecologist, she will review your symptoms and history, examine you & do necessary tests. Only then you can be assessed for suitability of estradiol treatment ( which dose, route & combination etc). Please take good care of yourself & don't start hormones without prescription this can be dangerous.
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