Pain, bruised feeling near tailbone, done colonoscopy
I have pain or severe bruised feeling near my sit bone. I saw a GI on Monday and they concluded I needed a colonoscopy due to blood in stool , but this pain/bruisd feeling started the day after I visited with the GI doctor. I . have had three rectal exams in the last few weeks so I m not sure if...
I had fell on my ass skateboarding recently about 8 hours ago, now my tailbone feels really bruised & my upper part around my spine is feels a little stiff like feeling when I move. Kind of like that feeling after you have fell on your wrist. It tailbone area hurts but not severe pain...
my lower back spine and my neck spine feel bruised to touch (without injury). + RECENTLY dvped Coccyx pain and painful lower back pain. I sit alot. what to do?
Thank you for asking on HCM.
It appears from the information that you have provided that your muscles around the spine have gone into spasm to due prolonged sitting in a possibly poor posture. This is leading to pain in the lower back and the neck. If I was your treating physician i will inquire more about the nature,location,intensity of the pain,you can take pain killers and do x-ray spine.
I've been having lower back pain more towards my spine/tailbone for two weeks now. and now my lower abdomen hurts. what can cause this?
Thanks for your query,
Two things can be there, either prolapse of intervertebral disc or pelvic inflammatory disease. just go for one x-ray lumbo sacral spine AP and lateral view and one ultrasonography pelvis. If you have some unnatural per vaginal discharge then 2nd one is more likely...
Pinned against a fence rounded edge very sore lower back no bruising but close to my spine nerve damage?
Hi thanks for using HCM. Get TT injection if not taken in past 6 month, apply topical antibiotic cream and take NSAID for pain and get examined once and dressed it under antiseptic precaution, if any signs of nerve involvement then get investigated for it using scan or nerve conduction test.
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