I feel a pain right where my tail bone is. Normally when I push on it with say the stool of my chair or while standing I flex my buttocks.
It feels like a bruised muscle that won't heal. Maybe a pinched muscle around the tail bone.
Perhaps related I had a case of very green fecal matter after many bowel movements over maybe a 2 week period. I did not eat lots green vegies or anything but my neighboring apartments did get bug bombed (maybe I got slightly poisoned).
Anyhow, main concern is this muscle around or near my tailbone. It feels bruised and after around a week and a half it is now starting to feel worse.
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I'm a 16yr old male, and I experience the exact same problem. However my tail muscle hurts slightly when I wake up in the morning, and the pain is strong when I do my regular swimming activities. It never seems to heal. Sometimes it hurts all the way to my hips and I can't even bend over or pick something up.
I have the same pain (it seem to have something with right heap bone joint, with my case).
This pain also makes me dizzy in my head all the time
(I have sleep-walking sequences, while I walk, due to this pain is triggering them somehow...).
It seem to be worse, when I sit to harder surfaces, eg. wooden chairs,
and simillar, which agreavates the pain, and than pain also spreads up
to the right sternum, and higher - to right ribs, as well...
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