View Full Version : could this have caused injury to tailbone nerves?
09-17-2008, 04:39 PM
I had these injections about two weeks ago now. One of the spots he injected was into the tail bone area since I have a lot of pain there and BMs make my pelvic pain worse. I have had excruciating pain in the tailbone area ever since. I called them to ask about it and he said maybe the needle going into the muscle stirred it up and give it a couple weeks. Well, here I am and still in agony! I am so scared! Does anyone know about nerve injuries at all? Is that what this could be? Do they heal on their own eventually? Really scared here.
09-18-2008, 03:21 PM
Anniepie, I am so sorry to hear you are feeling really bad. Please know that you are not alone. As I have said before I had botox treatment about 5 weeks
ago now. Mine was in the bladder. I couldnt imagine having it in your tail bone.
I havent felt really good since my treatment. I have had several ups and downs.
But never complete relief. Last week was a really bad week. But the past 7 days have been bearable. Well today just got worse and worse. I dont mean to freak anyone out, about this treatment but.... I just cant handle the pain anymore. And the worst part is that my family gets the effects because
my patients is zero. I really dont understand this illness. I hate having to deal with this daily. Believe me I try so hard to be positive and carry on about my day but sometimes I just want to snap!!!! Now I am trying to figure out what I did differently to cause this flare up. But my days are pretty much this same. I just hope someone out there is feeling some relief from this illness.
Because today is a really bad day. The pressure I am feeling on my uretha
is horrible. I am just glad that someone out there is listening to me ramble. It is so hard to communicate how I feel to my family. Actually I am just sick of being sick and I know they get scared when I feel bad. Anniepie hang in there and know that I am listening. And I understand what you are going through. I pray that this treatment works for you and relief comes soon.
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