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Created On 2/26/07 10:59 PM by momof7


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momof7
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2/26/07 10:59 PM
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anyone out there who also suffers from this, or suffered, and would like to share solutions to this agonizing problem??
 
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i will actually answer myself. i just found a doc. who deals specifically with this problem. thanks. i am going to see him this week, and will let u know how it works out.
 
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u/d went to doc. found coccyx last part dislocated and arthritic. will get injections next week to 1. block nerve for pain, 2. steroid for arthritic part. hope i will get 100% better soon, b4 losing my mind of pain.
 
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Hopefully it will work. I know what you feel like.

Good Luck


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u/d got shots today. still painful. dr. says may take till end of week to see improvements. will need surgery later. just buying time. will keep u informed.
 
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i don't know your specific symptoms/diagnosis, but you may want to at least speak to a local osteopath who specializes in craniosacral work to see if that is an option. a good starting point for finding one near you is the cranial academy website.
refuah sheleima!
 
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just an update. as of today, about 2 weeks later, i can say that the pain is at least 50% better. anybody thinking of this should go ahead and try it. it is well worth it.
 
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u/d as of today, the pain is gone 90-95%, b'h. really recommend it to anyone suffering from coccyx pain. there is help out there.
 
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Me again. I had the coccygectomy, meaning the removal of the tailbone, 6 weeks ago. Still in some pain at the surgery site, but not from the broken coccyx. That was terrible. Went thru another pregnancy, but couldn't take it any more. The recovery I am told could take 3-4 months. Gonna go for the second post-op appointment tomorrow, and find out how long it will really be, before I am totally pain free. I am just looking at the brighter picture, hoping that when all this is behind me, I won't have anymore pain in that area.
 
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