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Severe pain on walking, intense around the coccyx through the glutes, nausea, heavy bulging. Any insight?

Extreme pain when it is activated by small misstep on carpet, standing at the wrong angle. At that time there is pain close to a 9 on the 1-10 scale, mostly like a U around the coccyx, thru the glutes and down the center of my thighs. I am, currently, sitting upright on a soft surface with ice on the low back/coccyx area with a pain of about 2. Walking will activate this pain is a bit of an electrical and sharp/nauseating feeling. I have taken 3 325 hydros and freezing it to death (yeah, I know). I am to receive shots at the point I guess, of certain facets tomorrow. I have experienced this one time before. My question: is it possible to have a certain disc go back and forth from being herniated...because I had all pictures taken just 2 weeks ago. Yes, I have A LOT of bulging in and out... arthritis here and there Any insight?
Asked On : Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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You are having intense pain in coccyx area, it means you had a fall or jerk while trying to sit down, it might be a fracture in coccyx by which you feel increasing pain during movement ,for this you need complete rest for at least six weeks and sit on centrally hollow seat every time that is you must always sit on scooter's inflated tube and do not sit bared coccyx, than you will be relieved by your coccyx pain and simultaneously take some strong analgesics with anti inflammatory drugs along with complete rest for minimum 6 weeks.Further you take guidance by expert orthopedic surgeon nearby you. Hope you will have relief by this my guidance. Good luck and take care.
Answered: Fri, 27 Dec 2013
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