Coccydynia is a pain felt in your coccyx. This is the last bone at the bottom of the spine (tailbone). You can get it if you injure or strain your coccyx or the surrounding muscles and ligaments.
In most cases, the pain will improve over a few weeks or months
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Causes of Coccyx pain
Diagnosis of Coccyx pain
When to get medical advice Coccydynia will often improve on its own after a few weeks and there are some simple treatments you can try at home (see below). See your GP if:
- the pain doesn't start to improve within ...
Clinical Features of Coccyx pain
- be dull and achy most of the time, with occasional sharp pains
- be worse when sitting down, moving from sitting ...
Treatments for Coccyx pain
Treatments for coccydynia There are a number of treatments for coccydynia. Simple measures you can try at home are usually recommended first and other treatments may be used if these don't help. The main treatments are:
- self-care measures, such ...
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