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I have got hurted my tailbone, please suggest me

hi my name is adilene in 19 i recently had a fall where i fell on my tailbone while on the floor i oulnt fell my legs for about 90 seconds. i went to the er and they told me it wasa bruse. but i dont think thats the case i cant sit for a long time cuz the pain is soo bad that i cant even get up to go to the rest room hurts and to even walk hurts. i am a cheer leading coach and all the exercises we do hurt to i dont know if i should go see another doctor???
Asked On : Fri, 3 Sep 2010
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Hi welcome to Healthcaremagic

Hi.., the above history suggestive of the injury to the coccyx, coccyx will be soft bone,
hence it will take to heal, 2 to 3 weeks,, it in case you have severe pain even at rest,
better get a X ray of pelvis to rule out any fracture..
Hope I have answered your question..

Answered: Tue, 30 Aug 2011
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