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What can cure a tailbone injury? What are the precautions?

Hallo sir, good afternoon , i am coming from tenkasi currently working in Riaydh , i have on question. My wife fall down in the stair case (two steps hit my wife tailbone). since we are living out of india how to cure it we have met ortho doctor gave some medicines for muscle relaxation,. How to cure fast what are the safety measures to take it Apprecciated Thanks farees 0000-0000
Asked On : Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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HI..FROM YOUR HISTORY I SUPPOSE YOUR WIFE MIGHT BE SUFFERING FROM COCCYODYNIA....A CONDITION IN WHICH THERE IS INFLAMMATION OF COCCYX BONE.YOU MUST CONSULT AN ORTHOPAEDICS SURGEON AND GET AN X-RAY OF THE COCCYX BONE DONE TO EXCLUDE THE FRACTURE.GET SOME ANALGESICS AND HOT FOMENTATION AND AVOID SITTING ON HARD SURFACE.THIS WILL HEAL BUT SLOWLY
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