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What is the cause for pain in pelvic bone ?

tailbone and pelvic bone pain sore when i sit for to long or stand, when layng down no pain, skin on butt feels like its dry and tearing no itching not sure if its bone pain or muscle pain have had ct scan showed nothing could i have a stress fracture that did not show could i have some type of leakage doing this to skin making bones sore and skin sore ice feels good not hot
Asked On : Mon, 26 Mar 2012
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Orthopaedic Surgeon, Joint Replacement 's  Response
Thanks for writing your query
Based on your description it seems you have developed coccygodynia that is inflammation around tail bone. My advice for you would be -
1. Avoid sitting on hard surface, sitting for long duration and avoid jerky rides.
2. Take sitz's bath that is sat in the tub filled with Luke warm water.
3. Take pain killer like ibuprofen under medical guidance.
Take care and wish you good health
Dr.mukesh chugh
Answered: Sat, 22 Mar 2014
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