Yeoowch! Sacroiliitis? New pain

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Red_34
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   Posted 4/9/2008 6:23 AM (GMT -6)   
The docs say I have sacroiliitis but neither the xrays nor MRI confirms this.  It only hurts when you press on it, not when I'm all twisted around.  When it becomes bothersome, it can reallllly hurt.  Well now I got a new pain.  This is near the end of my tail bone but off into the ligament (in between the hips and very end of the tailbone - that little pocket in there).  It's real tender when I sit and hurts when I start to stand.  It was waking me up constantly last night when I would roll around in bed.  Is that type of pain related to Sacroiliitis and if so, what can I do about it because that puppy hurts!?  The pains that I normally get from my Sacro is usually higher up so this is a new one for me.  FYI - I can't take narcotic pain relievers nor Nsaids.  Would ice work or maybe heat?
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