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Are you overweight?
Numbness,tingling sensation in legs?
Tenderness in lower back?
Are you currently taking any medications?
Any investigations so far?
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I understand your concern.
As you are suffering from last few months with intermittent pain so possible it's nerve irritation at lumbosacral spine.
Piriformis syndrome can be a possible cause in your case.
Coccydynia heals in 8 to 12 weeks so it's less likely to have such pain for such a long period of time.
You should see an Orthopedist for a clinical examination and undergo MRI of Lumbosacral spine,pelvis to determine diagnosis.
Physical therapy can provide you good results.
Also do gentle massage and warm compresses on affected areas.
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Firstly I assure you definitely it's not tumor or cancer in any way.
However it could be possible that you have disc herniation/piriformis syndrome due to some injury/strain during intense workout program.
You should take OTC Motrin.
Also do stretching exercises as much you can do comfortably.
You should do gentle massage with muscle relaxant ointment and apply warm compresses on affected area.
You have to take short breaks of standing/walking/stretching while doing work or sitting.
You can use circular doughnut cushion under your seat and avoid sitting on hard surface.
It's not high risk and urgent if you can bear pain.
Prolonged hours of sitting can compress and put pressure on nerves resulting in pain.
If possible make an appointment with Orthopedist also.
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