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My tailbone pains a lot while I sit. This started when I sat continuously for 6 hrs on a chair.

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My tailbone pains a lot while I sit. This started when I ...
Take homoeopathic medicine Cobaltum 1M 4pills 4times 4days n give 1 week gap n repeat 4days,take 6 courses n try to do proper exercises n don't strain much..
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My tailbone pains a lot while I sit. This started when I ...
Try a doughnut pillow.
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My tailbone pains a lot while I sit. This started when I ...
You might be suffering from coccydynia.In this condition there is inflammation of tailbone (coccyx) making it difficult to sit on butt and sleeping on back. Generally coccydynia will resolve with conservative treatment as mentioned below. In severe cases an injection called Ganglion Impar block might be needed. This is done by a Pain specialist in operation theatre under X Ray guidance to locate the accurate pain transmitting nerve. 1. Take anti inflammatory drugs like Ibuprofen round the clock for pain relief and decreasing the inflammation for few days. 2. Sitting on specially designed gel-filled cushions can reduce pain when you are sitting down. 3.You can also lean forward in your seat and rest your arms in front of you on a flat surface. 4. Clothing such as tight jeans or trousers, may make your coccydynia worse. 5. It can also help to wear flat, comfortable shoes. 6. Patients with coccydynia find sleeping on their sides most comfortable. If you have severe pain, you may sleep on your front. You could also try sleeping with a pillow or cushion between your knees. 7. Warm and cold packs – applying either a warm or cold pack to the base of your spine.
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