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Leg lifts and lots of sit. Pain in tailbone, buttocks. Impossible to sit or stand. What should I do?

Ive been doing Leg lifts and lots of sit ups in the past few months, but recently i have stopped do to a large amount of pain in my tailbone area including the buttocks . This pain has been going on for almost 2 weeks now and the pain can range from almost no pain to a severe pain which makes it almost impossible for me to stand up or sit down. What should i do ?
Asked On : Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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As you were doing a lots of sit ups and leg lifts may be your nerve get streched. That only can be the reason can think of. So for any nerve iinjury the treatment rest is the best treatment. Sleep in proper position. Take some painkillers with muscle relaxant to reduce pain and it will help you to have proper sleep. Also try to contact some physiotherapist and do some passive exercises mentioned. I hope it will help but this takes little time to recover.
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