Sacrum protruding tailbone up ass
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I am really worried about this I have what I think is a hard bony lump on my tail bone but it could actually be my tailbone, I'm not sure, just that I can feel it under my skin and when I sit I have this kind of ache around there. Scared to go to GP as I don't want a rectal examination and I have a huge phobia around hospitals, just wondered if anyone else has this kind of bony protrusion or should I be really worried? It was the first thing I researched, however this feels like bone not a kind of cyst and it moves with the bone when I move, pilonidal is a hair follice that gets infected I think I'm not think though I have had this for about 6 months and can't recall any injury which makes it worse! I am sure it is fine but best to be sure.
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Lower Back Pain/ Protruding sacrum- coccyx
Low Back Pain/ protruding sacrum- coccyx -Doctors Lounge(TM)
The pain may radiate to the hips, thighs, or even to the rectum. It can make sitting difficult, exercise painful, and may even disrupt sleep. The right treatment, as well as some home management strategies, can help. This article explores the causes of tailbone pain, how it is diagnosed, and what can be done to treat it. The technical term for tailbone pain is coccydynia.
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Tailbone trauma - aftercare
I was given the name of this web site by a chiropractor that I have never met before in my life, and he also told me that I would find a surgeon for me in the Boston Area named Dr. I was in such severe pain as usual with my tailbone, that a friend of mine could not stand to see me suffer anymore or either that she was tired of hearing me complain about it. She called this doctor up and told him my story which I will get to, and he asked for my number so he tell me personally. Well here I am, and here is my story, I will try to make it short since I tend to ramble on I am a 37 year old female, I live 18 miles north of Boston, MA.
Word History: The human sacrum consists of five fused vertebrae, to which the coccyx or tailbone—the vestigial remnant of a tail—is attached. In Latin, this large bone was called os sacrum, literally "holy bone. The Latin term for the bone is in turn a translation of its Greek name, hieron osteon.