Pain arising in the coccyx when driving and even rising - an infrequent symptom, however, is very bad.Especially be wary if the pain in the coccyx is always present when standing up, she only increase.This symptom is called coccygodynia.Usually the pain slightly, but at the same time tangible, which is why the patient can not sit still.A man coccygodynia constantly changing position, shifts the center of gravity moving from the buttocks to the buttock.
similar situation when the pain is felt in the coccyx when rising is associated with problems in the coccyx.This pain is associated with diseases and injuries of the sacral or coccygeal plexus.The main reason - a blow to the coccyx, fall on him.Sometimes it happens that the pain occurs after a certain time after an injury or stroke.
If rising in the coccyx pain is felt, then it may be due not only to the coccyx, coccygodynia may be caused by other factors:
- pathology of nerves and muscles located in the crotch area.
- frequent diarrhea or constipation.
- in the anus appearance of scars.
- Postpartum perineal ptosis.
- Pathology rectum, pelvis.
pain in the coccyx (when walking or standing up) - quite common in expectation of a baby.In this case, the main reason is the displacement of the center of gravity.More precisely, the entire burden falls on the sacrum, and this is the cause of muscle tension.As a result, the woman feels, if not constant, that is exactly frequent pain in the coccyx, and the pain is greatly enhanced when standing up.
So reasons when the pain in the coccyx increases with rising, not always obvious, as we would like at first glance.If this can be a symptom associated with recent stroke or fall, it does not mean that we should not go to the doctor and the patient is not treated tailbone.And even more so it is not necessary to self-medicate, and wait, suddenly everything will pass by itself.
First we need to make an appointment with a specialist, and to describe the situation.After examination and diagnosis may be given treatment.When severe pain of the patient is directed to an X-ray.If the blow was not strong, it is likely you can do analgesic ointments and compresses.