A 56-year-old female asked:
I have sudden pain in tail bone area, and sometimes back of legs, excruciating pain, i can not sit, lay, hurts to even walk, no injury. causes?
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Thoracic Surgery 53 years experience
Lower back pain: You are a 56 years old female, and you're complaining of severe lower back pain which radiates to the legs, but not the thighs? Does the pain go to the feet?
Have you ever had a motor vehicle accident, such as months, years, maybe four 5 – 10?
If somebody catches the midline of the back, would that generate severe pain?
Have you ever had imaging, studies of the spine. If not, you should see an pai
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Last updated Jun 26, 2019
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