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Been diagnosed with fractured coccyx, lower back pain, suicidal, soreness. What should we do?

I have been diagnosed with a fractured coccyx 12 years ago and it has never healed. I have been experiencing pain primarily in my lower back and shooting down the leg. My problem is that now I have been feeling pins and needles all over and just feel sore all over. I have had these pains before in my leg and back, but don t know why I have them all over now. Also the left side of my heel has been numb for at least a year now. I do not have health insurance. The pain is so bad that sometimes I think about committing suicide just to end it all. I am in the welfare system and when I speak with my doctor he doesn t give me any answers and wont change my prescriptions to better manage the pain. What should I do?
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
you dont have insurnce
need to be on pain killers because th condition is long so no chances of healing in my pinion
need to manage pain by consulting pain management clinic and pain manasgement consultan
or an anaesthetist can inject nerve block injection which can control the pain for some dAYS
Answered: Sun, 1 Dec 2013
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