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Pain in tailbone, area red and swollen, difficult to walk, sit, bend, stand. Relief?

Right where my tailbone is located is extremely painful, its hard for me to walk, bend over, sit, lay on my back or even stand. I don t recall falling or injuring the tailbone in any way. And then I noticed that at the top of the butt crack opening, its red and swollen, the left side seems to feel harder than the right side. It all happened overnight a few days ago. I m 28 and a female.
Asked On : Fri, 16 Nov 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I can understand this from the history given here it can be said this could be due to the lesion that you have on that area so you have to take care of that first, for the symptomatic relief you can have the "Tab Diclofenac" 50 mg sustain release once in day "Tab Acetaminophen" three times in day hope this information helps you have nice day.
Answered: Thu, 3 Apr 2014
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