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    anyone else? pain after rectal prolapse repair in tailbone
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    hobby4ank posted:
    Hi! Please help!! I just wanted to know if anyone else is experiencing tailbone pain after a rectal prolapse repair. I had a rectal prolapse repair about 5 years ago and still to this day and experiencing more pain in my tailbone~ buttocks then before the surgery. And it seems to be worse when I have to use the restroom. Please tell me if anyone else is experiencing this and what you are doing for it. Please help
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