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Rectal Cancer Sore Tail Bone
Cancer by definition is the growth in size and number in an unregulated manner of a cell line that has developed a mutation. The mutation is passed through the offspring which accumulate more and more mutations. The defining factor is that the cells act immortal as compared to normal cells that have a programmed lifespan. In the rectum this can occur in the cells that ...Read more
Typically not: But please contact your md to get further evaluation done. ...Read more
Severe tail bone pain and now giant lump appears? Cancer? Injury? I fell down the stairs 4 days ago and hurt my tailbone pretty bad. The pain was very intense (7) but manageable. Now the pain is severe (10) worse than labor! a lump the size of an egg has
It's : It's possible to fracture your tailbone with a fall. That could cause a bump or bulge, generally followed by a lot of bruising. The picture you sent looks less like the kind of swelling you would get after trauma and more like an area of infection. Could you have broken the skin when you fell? Any chance this lump was there before your fall but that you didn't notice it until the fall? Given the severity of your symptoms, you should definitely see a doctor. You may need x-rays or a ct scan of your pelvis. In addition, if the lump is infected, you may need a procedure called I&D to get rid it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a slight pain near my tail bone. I have also recently had blood in stool but i do have hemmorroids. Is colon cancer likely?
I have had this big sore right on my tail bone for about 4 days now, which hurts very much. It does not want to pop. Any suggestions?
Doughnut cushion: The first line of treatment is usually a donut cushion to take the pressure off. ...Read more
I have a very sore back from the middle down to my tail bone, worse at night. I also have m.S., would this have a lot to do with it being sore?
Back pain; MS: There is much muscle spasticity associated with ms. Sometimes moist heat can help slightly, but your neurologist can prescribe muscle relaxers of varying strengths according to the degree of spasm you have. For sever spasms, even Botox is being used. Stretching the involved muscles can help as can therapeutic massage. ...Read more
My lower back down to my tail bone are sore almost evetyday. I have fallen pretty bad a few times which may have made it worse. What to do?
Get an X ray: Since you have injured or fallen few times and its hurting you i suggest you get an x-rays at least. Start to take aleve twice a day. Most common is soft tissue damage at your age 18, but you may have other underlying pathology which needs to be resolved or ruled out. If you ignore yourself at this age you may pay the price later. ...Read more
I have a pretty deep indentation below my tail bone, right above my anus, it's a little sore and the skin is tender, I noticed it a few days ago, help?
I've been exercising a lot & last two days my tail bone has gotten very sore. Can that be from walking a lot? One shin is sore I know because of it.
Two separate areas: the tailbone could be from the strain you're putting on your low back and sacrum working out or lifting weights. The shin splints are from walking a lot without proper fitted shoes or not wearing arch supports. Take a break from exercising now and do self care before more trauma ensues. Get some good insoles, and stretch more for at least 20 mins. Before beginning any exercise program.Hydrate too! ...Read more
Bone is a living growing tissue made mostly of collagen (protein that provides soft framework) & the mineral calcium phosphate that adds strength & hardens the framework. Two types of bone are found in the body; cortical (dense compact outer layer) & trabecular (makes up inner layer, ...Read more
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