Common "Coccydynia" queries answered by top doctors | iCliniq


Coccydynia refers to the pain felt in the coccyx. It is otherwise known as tailbone pain. The major symptom of coccydynia is pain and tenderness in the region above the buttocks. Causes of coccydynia include accident or injury, poor posture, the overweight or prolonged strain on the coccyx.

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Query: Hello doctor, There is pain near the lower back portion above the tailbone on the right side, and little swelling too. There is no problem with walking but sometimes it pains too much on some jerks or stretch.  Read Full »

Vikram S. Bharadwaj

Answer: Hi, Welcome to This seems like coccydynia, the pain of the coccyx bone or near to it. Did you have a fall on your tailbone a week back? Also, if you had lifted something heavy, this kind of pain may come to the lower back and may get radiated to the buttocks or lower. Do a hot pack fo...  Read Full »

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