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Lower back pain after fall, leg bruises. Discomfort sitting or laying

i fell down some steps on tuesday last week. i have bruises on my legs, and my tailbone is still hurting, i expected that... but it s a deep deep pain right at the base of my spine , deep in my back/butt area. i can just now start to bend over but i cannot walk up stairs at all. i get about 3 steps up and the pain is excrutiating. i just can t seem to find a comfortable position to sit or lay
Asked On : Thu, 20 Dec 2012
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as u said ir talbone or coccyx site is hurting alot..i advise u to go to orthopaedician for further investigations like x-ray to exclude disc prolapse..u need to immobilize ur back either by giving complete bed rest or with a belt on ur waist ..for atleast 3 wks and then only u will b relieved of ur pain ..u also need to take some pain killers alongwith these precautions ..
so relax and take complete rest with an x-ray done ..
al the best ..
Answered: Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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