It is considered to be a painful feeling in the coccyx region, which can be caused by various reasons. It is believed that the female sex of this disease suffers much more often than men. The thing is that women have a different anatomical structure and they have childbearing. This anomaly makes itself felt no earlier than forty years.
Why does this pathology develop?
Because of injury to the tailbone or sacrum during falls or bumps.
Because of the omission of the perineum, which is a complication after labor.
Because of scars on the rectum or anal passage, which were caused by trauma or surgical intervention.
Because of a nerve injury in the pelvic area.
because of frequent constipation or diarrhea.
Because of a long sitting in an uncomfortable position.
Because of prostatitis in men.
Because of hemorrhoids.
Because of paraproctitis.
Because of frequent stress.
Because of cracks in the rectum.
Because of fistula.
Symptoms of Coccidium
Painful sensations in the coccygeal zone. Can give in the anus, sacrum or buttocks. Has a aching and dull character, which occurs seizures. The pains increase with a sharp rise or at night.
Uncomfortable feeling and heaviness in the coccygeal zone.
Physical mobility is limited.
Sweating is observed.
Skin pale during attacks.
Painful sensations are amplified by touching the coccyx.
The gait deteriorates noticeably, due to frequent pain.
Diagnosis of coccidonia
If the first symptoms appear, the patient should consult a doctor. He will conduct an appropriate examination and on the basis of complaints will appoint a survey. It includes:
Finger research of the rectum, which helps to identify the pathology of many internal organs.
The X-ray of the tailbone helps to identify bone anomalies. You can conduct such a study in St. Petersburg at the Energo clinic with new modern equipment.
Ultrasound diagnosis of organs located in the abdominal region.
Irrigation helps to recognize the structure of the rectum and to see the formations.
Rectomanoscopy reveals tumors of even the smallest size.
Colonoscopy will help to identify the pathology of the large intestine.
Examination from a gynecologist, neurologist and urologist.
What are the consequences of coccinogeny?
If a long time to ignore the pain, then the patient may experience complications in the form:
- Long-term depression.
- Disorders in the operation of organs in the pelvis.
- Constipation of chronic nature.