How To Deal With Prolonged Pain In The Tailbone Area?
Good afternoon, I am a 24-year-old woman, before I had a history of falling down so that my spine was stiff and unable to move, and I once had an MRI saying that there was a lumbar bone that hit the pad so it was easy to pain, after that I physiotherapy several times and only given topical medication because the doctor avoids taking drugs to relieve pain rather not dependence. Now, if I am exhausted, my spine must be very painful in the area near the tailbone, what should I do next? the problem is that it has been going on for quite a while for a number of years. Thank you ….
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A history of a fall in the tailbone region that causes the spine to press on the blood of the spinal cushions may indicate pressure on the lumbar region that causes pain. This pressure may be caused by several conditions, such as:
1. a broken vertebra
2. fracture of the spine
3. degeneration or bone loss
4. diseases of the spine
in general, in cases of mild spinal cord suppression, several attempts can be made, such as:
1. adjust your activities and workload to your spinal abilities and strengths, so that you understand the activity limits that are good enough for you
2. keep adequate rest, avoid sleeping late
3. do stretches and exercise
4. use a spinal support or back brace
5. compress with cold water if pain appears
6.anti pain from the doctor who treats you
If the pain complaint is very disturbing or the pressure condition on the bearing is heavy, then the doctor may be able to give advice for surgery.
Therefore, you should consult with the doctor who treated you before, so that the doctor can re-examine and evaluate as needed. The results of the examination will be a reference for your doctor for treatment and treatment for you.
For now, identify the triggering factors for your pain complaints, such as fatigue, lack of sleep or heavy lifting. So you can avoid it and control it to prevent pain complaints. Thus, you can adjust to your conditions.
Thus the info we can convey.