Swollen And Painful Lump In The Coccyx In A History Of Falls?
Hi doctor, a year ago, I experienced a problem, when I was 6 months pregnant, I was a doctor, now my skit and tail are missing, but they are swollen in the sciatic area, so the solution to prevent how to do it, but the skitx is still right for me hbis cesarean surgery already, 1 year 4 months still no longer,
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Lumps and pain in the coccyx can occur due to several causes, namely:
Lipoma or abnormal growth of fatty tissue
Abscess or pus buildup
Shift of the spine
In your case, regardless of whether a cesarean section has an impact on this condition or not, further examinations including imaging technologies such as X-rays, MRI or CT scan are needed to determine whether a pinched nerve, fracture or the like is necessary. It could be that the cesarean section just happened to be close to the real cause of pain or it could be that the operation acted as a trigger for pain, but diagnostic investigations must be used in determining treatment planning.
So that our advice, you should consult your problem with an orthopedist specialist for direct checking and given supporting examinations so that you can be treated immediately.
Meanwhile, you can compress the painful area with a warm compress to reduce pain, you can also take over-the-counter pain medications by reading the instructions listed, don't touch or squeeze the bumps, and try not to sit down. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa