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i've had tailbone pain for 3+ weeks even though i never fell or injured it. what could be wrong?

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Dr. David Rosenfeld
Pain Management 27 years experience
Coccygodynia : Coccygodynia is painful condition localized in the region of the coccyx. In most cases a traumatic etiology is present. In the idiopathic form other causes such as infections and tumor have to be excluded. Coccygodynia can also be the result of pain referred from visceral structures due to conditions such as disorders of the rectum, the colon sigmoideum, and the urogenital system. See your pcp.

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