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Tailbone Pain
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Jenny - August 5

I have extreme pain in my tailbone. I have not fallen or had any other trauma.

 

Jozette - August 4

Do you have pain in the butt muscle or the tailbone only?

 

Jenny - August 4

I have pain allover in that area but it is really bad right at the tip of my tailbone. Thanx for replying, Jizzette. (cool name)

 

Jenny - August 4

Sorry, Jozzette LOL

 

Pam - August 4

I do too, unfortunately, I still havent figured out what causes it. If its a symptom of some other problem, or if its due to the fibro.

 

Jozette - August 4

The reason why I asked is because I had that for about 2 months. It finally went away with massaging it and taking muscle relaxers. I asked my doctor because I thought it was priformis syndrome (you can google it to check your symptoms) but she said you needed an injury to have it. She said it was realted to the Fibro. I disagree with her and I am going to ask the rheumotolgist at my end of the month appt. I think that is what we have. I will follow up on this question when I see him on the 28th. Either way, whether it is priformis syndrome or Fibro its all Fibro related. I also had pain in my left upper hip when I walked sometimes. Do you feel sensations like urges to go #2? Or just the constant ache when you sit? Like you sat to much at all times.

 

Jenny - August 5

I have Both of those symptoms. The pressure and the constant ache. My Doc said it was the Myofascial pain. But nothing seems to help it, heating pad, hot baths, physical therapy etc. I'm going to google the primformis syndrome. Thanks for all the help and advice.

 

Jozette - August 5

I am glad to know I am not the only one with this issue. I will let you know at the end of the month what the doctor says. I also found that sitting with your legs to the side of you on the couch helps takes the pressure off of the butt. Try that too. Take care and I'll follow up soon..... It should go away in time.

 

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