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Fell and hurt my butt. Rector hurts, burns like hemmoriods. Solution for pain?

I fell on Friday down some wooden steps. My butt caight the edge of it. There is no bruising or swelling , or bleeding . It hurts to sit in certain positions and getting up up from a sitting position. I have been heating off and on and was taking tylonal. ( I am allergic to NSAIDs.). Did not help. The discomfort has gotten better over time, but not my lower back and my 1 hip aches what I move a certain way, maybe from both the fall and over compensating for the rear pain.). If I clench my butt muscles my rector hurts, and burns like hemmoriods. Bowel movements are fine.
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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The fall on butts has hurt the distant part of your spine- called coccyx.
This is diagnosed by Xray spine Lumbo sachral regeon.
It is many a times broken & can not be plastered,heals by itself,but take a period of 6-12 months for healing. The only way to manage is-
- sit on a soft surface/ Tire like air seat
- Use Nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs suppliment with calcium & vitamin D s to manage pain,
-Uncontrolled pain some times needs surgical removal.
Answered: Mon, 6 Jan 2014
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