I have severe tailbonepain and have had it for about 3 weeks now. I cannot sit for more than 10 ... after stooling for 4-5 days now and my bowel habits have changed. I have had diarrhea multiple times ...
my tailbonepain is ruining my life. I compensate on my cheeks to keep from sitting on it directly, which causes a direct line of pain up my right side of my back. I am miserable. My chiropractor helped ...
i have a hard bump on the very end of my tailbone, it hurts if i sit on it or apply a good amount of pressure on it but it isn t tendor and i cant move it or anything like that, i feel like it only shows up ...
ended up hitting my tailbone in the wood part of a big bush. It hurts when I walk, cough, stand up and sit down but more worse when pressure is applied. I ve also have back problems from years ago. I ...
tailbonepain , this pain came out of nowhere. She has had no injury or trauma to the area at all. It hurts ... concerned... does this require a Dr. visit? What could be the cause of sudden tailbonepain? She is fairly ...
Hi doc. My stool is light brown , but wipes are yellow when wiping. Tailbonepain when squeeIng bottocks. Anus itch and burn. Stool is soft. What can i do?
`area is allergic and pressure on nerves
with infection of stmach
use metronidazole 200 mg bd
apply antibioticand antiallergic ointnent over area of anus
analgesic for tail bone pain
get ortho consultationt
I have had a sharp pulling pain right underneath my belly button that started today. I have a dr appointment tomorrow but am wondering what this could be.
need more details. constipation, diarrhea, type of pain
tailbone purple..extreme pain.was told by local docter not a cyst
Sorry to hear about this.
Cyst is not the number one cause of tail bone pain. If your doctor also says so, then it is likely not. But what are your concerns about a cyst causing tailbonepain?
This is most often caused by prolonged sitting. Adjusting how you sit and for how long would be helpful. Also, you may want to take some pain medications for relief.
Wish you well, Dr. Ditah, MD