Coccygectomy, tailbone pain, back and coccydynia

Coccyx pain and coccyx removal for Kelly

This coccygectomy testimonial is from Kelly who just had her coccyx removal surgery on June 14, 2012. Kelly makes mention of one thing I would encourage you to do if you suffer from tailbone or coccyx pain – don’t take no for an answer. If you’re not happy with one d
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Coccyx pain

Coccyx pain (coccydynia) can have many causes, from child-birth to falling down on your backside while rollerblading. It is usually caused from a fall or similar type injury, but what actually causes coccyx pain? People who suffer from coccyx pain can attest that it is not an enjoyabl
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Coccygectomy complications

Are you investigating having coccyx surgery and concerned about potential coccygectomy complications? As with any surgery, there are potential risks that need to be carefully weighed before having a coccygectomy. There is always the chance that the coccyx surgery will be unsuccessful,
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Successful coccygectomy for Kayla

I am a 43 year old healthy slim female & had suffered idiopathic coccydynia for the last 3 years, no falls, fractures or accidents caused this excruciating pain in my rear, the only probable cause maybe due to change in profession which involves sitting most of the day (still work
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Treatment for coccyx pain

When one is suffering from coccydynia or a fractured coccyx, treatment for coccyx pain is of great importance. The pain caused from a broken tailbone or fractured coccyx can almost be unbearable for those who are afflicted. It seems that the pain will never go away, but there are opti
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Fractured coccyx

Do you think that you might have a fractured coccyx or a broken tailbone due to the excruciating chronic pain you feel in your coccyx? A fractured coccyx, which is really just a broken coccyx, can be a very painful and debilitating condition as it makes it nearly impossible to sit, st
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Coccyx removal

Coccyx removal is called a coccygectomy. Do you think you need to have your coccyx removed surgically? Are you suffering from coccydynia and chronic pain in your tailbone that simply won’t go away? Are you unable to sit for any length of time due to the stabbing or throbbing pai
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Dynamic coccyx x-ray

A dynamic coccyx x-ray is crucial to a successful diagnosis of coccydynia that will lead to a potential subsequent coccygectomy. If you have a sore tailbone and the chronic pain simply does not go away, you need to insist on a dynamic coccyx xray to confirm that your pain in your tail
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