Hi, I get high tailbonepain with moderate sitting or two-wheeler driving. I started observing this couple of weeks ago and this intensity is getting higher with every passing day and activity. Kindly ...
my tailbonepain is ruining my life. I compensate on my cheeks to keep from sitting on it directly, which causes a direct line of pain up my right side of my back. I am miserable. My chiropractor helped ...
I fell a week ago Monday on my left tailbone area. It was a hard fall but I went to the doctor who checked my tailbone and there was no pain. He did not check around the area and I still have a lot of pain ...
During my pregnancy with my daughter (who is now 6 months old) I developed pain in my tailbone. I ... the pain started getting bad a rash would appear along the top part of my bum crack/tailbone. It is dark ...
a pain in my tailbone area after vomiting. Is that normal or could there be another issue that could be causing my tailbone to hurt just from the action of vomiting? My tailbone has been broken before about 10 ...
L3,4 ruptured disc with tailbonepain. doin exercises properly,now severe weakness in lowerback&tailbonepain,unable to sit more than 15min, help pls?
What treatments have you tried. I might be able to provide a personalised opinion, if you I know your previous treatment.
As such back pains can be treated conservatively with physiotherapy techniques and pain medications if it cannot be operated. It would also help to get a neurological examination done.
I have been having tailbonepain for the past week and have had diarrhea for the past month. bowl movements are not consistent and don't feel complete
take mild painkillers for tailbonepain.
take pantoprazole-levosulpiride daily for 10 days.
reply with thanks.
Are tailbonepain and blood in stool related? My son is 16 and is experiencing both.
There is no relation to tail bone pain and blood in stool.
Blood in stool at that age can be due to Fissure, a crack in the anus.
He should take plenty of liquids and high fiber diet.
Please consult your doctor and get checked clinically.
Nothing to worry.