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Pain in tailbone and butt cheek radiating to legs and back, extreme exhaustion, numbness under belly button. Treatment?

I have had pain in my tail bone and right but cheek that radiates down my leg and up my back.days like toady the pain is severe.i have had a mri of lumbar also with contrast and found nothing.let me add that I also have been having bladderr and bowel incontinence and most days I cannot feel anything under my bellybutton out above my thigh, I m always exhausted, and recently have a very low vitamin D .I m 35 extremely frustrated female , dont know where to go from here.
Asked On : Mon, 5 Nov 2012
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The pain in the back radiating to the back is likely to be due to a compression at the level of disc. An MRI will help in proper diagnosis. Oral muscle relaxants and bed rest is recommended for relief.
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Dr. Praveen Tayal
Answered: Tue, 6 Nov 2012
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