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Internal Hemorroids & tailbone pain
I have internal hemorroids and after some recent bleeding, I get a lot of tailbone pain when sitting.  I had a colonoscopy and endoscopy to investigate the bleeding but this was eventually put down to the hemorroids.  What should I do about the tailbone pain?  It is too painful to ignore any more.  Should I have the hemorroids removed?
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Are you and the docs sure that the tailbone pain is from the hemorrhoids?  If it is then yes, I would get them removed.  But I would want to know for sure that this is what is causing the pain. Why suffer if you don't have to?
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