It's been a long time for almost half a year. It doesn't hurt if you don't touch it at the beginning. These days, it suddenly gets more and more painful. It hurts if you don't touch it. It hurts if you lie flat and touch it. I went to the drugstore. They said I was short of calcium, but just now I felt swollen. Is this caused by calcium deficiency?
According to what you said, the pain of the posterior coccyx may be caused by trauma or strain, or it may be intervertebral disc herniation. There is little possibility of calcium deficiency. It is suggested to apply plaster externally and take orally some drugs for relaxing tendons and activating blood circulation. Pay attention to rest and less activity. If it is not improved, it is recommended to go to the hospital for CT or MRI before treatment.
According to what you said, if there is pain in the caudal vertebrae for a long time, it is recommended that you go to the orthopaedic department of a regular class III class a hospital for MRI examination of the caudal vertebrae to rule out whether there is fracture. It is recommended to take targeted treatment. If the reason is not found, taking calcium supplement alone is ineffective
Hello, according to the condition you provided, the patient, a 17-year-old male, is mainly described as having pain in the back of the tail vertebrae for a long time, almost half a year. If you don't touch it at first, there is no pain. It's getting more and more painful these days. Lying on your back and feeling painful just now. In this case, you need to go to the hospital for X-ray examination as soon as possible to see if there are bone problems