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Can the tailbone heal itself?

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Yes: For fxs or coccygodynia will usually get better with time.

Answered 1/8/2017

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Yes: The tailbone or "coccyx" is the small trail of bones that connect to the end of your sacrum, and form the end of your spine. A painful tailbone can occur for many reasons. Usually taking pressure off of the tailbone, use of ice, and time will allow the inflammation to heal. If you still have pain after 6 weeks see a spine specialist to discuss further treatment options.

Answered 7/20/2018

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