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Pressure in sacrum

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doctor1 MD

I have pain in sacrum / coccyx area. Worse with sitting and pressure. Sxs ongoing for several months and getting worse. Have had several manipulations of lower back area and no improvement ...

doctor1 MD

get abdominal pains and wheeze when I sat in a particular position, my blood pressure also spike. I had a 98Ga pet/ct scan that showed a focus on my left sacrum but a follow up focused mri just showed ...

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I just wrote and lost it. Can you tell me this - pain in sacrum which is where the mesh is attached ... of sacrum causing such pain I have to lie down. Is it not possible that the mesh tore away and has been ...

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Hello, My son informed us of a lump on his sacrum (Left Side)about the size of a dime. It is hard to the touch and not movable. It does not cause him pain and has not grown in size, Had it since September ...

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mass calcification in the sacrum ...

Public Forum Discussions

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I am 41 years old male and having high Blood pressure.My weight is 81 kg. I want to reduce my weight around 5 kgs and shape my abdomen. I am having dislocated sacrum due to some accident.I am ...

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bilaterally. I have a lot of pain and pressure and have been from nuerosurgeon to nuerosurgeon but no one seems to know much this. This cyst covers a large portion of my sacrum . What would you recommend ...

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Hi I just had a pelvic and hip x-ray done due to a fall. The radiologist read it and said there were no fractures but he sees something at the bottom of the sacrum i.e., mass ? and wants me to have ...

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I am a 55 year old female. I have pain on a 8 level, at the very tip of my sacrum. It has gotten ... arthritis, but this pain is different. What is that part of the bone at the tip of the sacrum called? I have ...

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Can i have intercourse with a fractured sacrum?I am a woman, aged 70, had hairline fracture of sacrum following fall on stairs 6 weeks ago. Osteopath is treating me. I walk well and am active, though ...

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I fell recently about a week later I have numbness in my sacrum and pain if I sit for long. I had a problem about 2 years ago with numbness and extreme pain in my tailbone which had all but cleared up ...

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with a walker. The area that hurts him I believe is called the ilium or the area in the middle called the Sacrum ...

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I have wrote this 3 times I have no pelvic ring, my pelvic is crushed all surgeries have failed my sacrum is crack I m in severe pain I cannot find a doctor to treat my pain. they want to give me morphine ...

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How can you determine if back pain (sacrum) is cancer? I am a 19 year breast cancer survivor. My back has always been weak , but my pain is increasing. I recently started walking 40 minutes ...

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for approximately the past 5 months have pain in the sacrum area of my back. Also have weakness and loss of balance in my lower extremities. I have a prior history of breast cancer first in 1997 ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

there cab be muscle pressure or sheath inflammation you need to get investigation for any of these physiotherapy can help you a lot

doctor1 MD

Lumbarization is a term that refers to an anatomic anomaly in the human spine. It is defined by the nonfusion of the first and second segments of the sacrum. The lumbar spine subsequently appears to have six vertebrae or segments, not five. Conversely the sacrum appears to have only four segments instead of its designated five segments

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it could be an spinal cord inflammation