Hope you feel better soon! I broke my tailbone in 2 places that was 15 or 20 years at this point who's counting. I can't sit for any periods of time and when I do get up I need help. I don't want to sound doom and gloom. Hopefully if you take care of it now by resting and don't sit on any hard surface see the doctor hopefully he can help. My doctors said the only thing I can do is have surgery and it will take a year to heal...and there are no guarantees if it will work. I've put if off for years I'm in so much pain now that I don't think I can do it. If they said 80percent successful rate I would do it but I'm not sure. Take care of yourself and I know what you are going through. My thoughts and prayers will always be with you and others that suffer this.
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