Coccydynia, also known as persistent pain in the tail bone, is typically a localized pain that worsens when sitting or engaging in activities that involve putting additional weight or pressure on the end of the spine. This condition can affect all genders, but is more common in women. Coccydynia is usually triggered by some form of trauma to the region, such as a fall on the tailbone or in some cases, childbirth. To manage coccydynia, the goal is to reduce inflammation and tension in the joint and muscles within the surrounding region.

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