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Pain in coccyx, watery brownish yellow diarrhea. Treatment for symptoms?

Hey, I have had a pain in my coccyx now for nearly two weeks and I m not sure what it is or how It occurred. I have also noticed that when I have had a poo and wiped it s like a wet substance and it s yellow with bits of brown, this has only happened since the pain in my coccyx. It s not really painful but I know it s there and it s starting to annoy me. Please help
Asked On : Thu, 20 Dec 2012
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you might have somthng called pilonidal , you will notice small swelling in the area..and you vl have pain wen you sit on chair for occurs in area with lot of hair and sweat..if possible shave the area keep it clean..tats the only way to reduce it..once it gets infected it will swell up become take precaution and shave the is the main cause of this problem.. if the problem persist go to a general surgeon..
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Answered: Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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