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    An_250619 posted:
    I have coccyx pain since last 18 month ant taking pain killers ,in x ray showing "mild posterior subluxation in last piece of coccyx" the pain getting worst day by day kindly suggest better solution
    bj1208 responded:
    Hi - welcome to the support group -

    you indicated you are taking pain meds for this - what type of physicians are you seeing? what treatments have been done?

    please let us know a little more background -
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    faranaria replied to bj1208's response:
    had taken,Tab Nubrol Fort,Froben 100 mg and calcium p
    and consulted with orthopadic specialist
    faranaria replied to faranaria's response:
    doctor also advised air cushion that i use during long tarveling but no relef in pain then doctor advised steroid injection in tail bone that i could not decide yet to do or not,i am looking for better advice.
    bj1208 responded:
    Hi again -

    What did the doc suggest for treatments? Have you had any other tests done, i.e. MRI or CT Scan?

    If you could let us know more about what's going on the more we can help. Have you injured another part of your spine where the Coccyx pain has been affected?

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