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Lower back ache, neck and shoulder pain. Have hemorrhoids. X-ray and MRI reports showing mild disc herniation. Severe pain while sitting

Hi! I am having a painful condition while sitting or on my bike(pain surrounding coccyx). I have also been suffering from low back ache and neck- shoulder pain for last 16 years. I am having hemorrhagic piles and bleeding continues for 3 to 5 days off and on due to improper diet. i have done the X-rays, MRI of entire spine , CT Scan of brain and EEG of brain. The reports are normal showing mild herniation of entire spine. All My hemoglobin is 9.3%. Random Sugar is 120 mg/dl. I am 48 years old. My body weight is 73 kg. I am 5 6 high. Some times I am taking ETURA-500 when pain is unbearable. Physiotherapy of shock wave, TENS, IFT around neck, shoulder, coccyx and lumbar area does not help much.
Asked On : Sat, 1 Dec 2012
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Thank you for your question.

Pain around the tip of coccyx is called coccydynia. This results from sitting for prolonged times. The episodes are usually self limited. The best measure for this is preventive- try not to sit for longer times. If you have to- take frequent breaks in between. The back and neck pain fro bike riding is most probably muscular in origin. Correct posturing and lifestyle modification to limit bike rides may be helpful.

Wish you the best.
Answered: Thu, 5 Sep 2013
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