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#1 of 2 Old 04-28-2010, 02:39 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Hello Jamie,
I had a tailbone injury in April of 2009, but the pain did disappear in a few month. Then the pain came back around last December (2009). I've seen chiropractor and ostheopath, but the pain is still around (getting a little better). Around the same time my tailbone area started to hurt again in December, I started to have a digestive problems. Do you see any connection between this tailbone pain and my digestive problem, and WHY my tailbone started to hurt again in December? Thank you.
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There is something going on in your life. Something or someone that doesn't "sit well" with you. Therefore the tailbone and digestive issues. This feels very related to a person to me. Actually it feels as if there is more than one, they are a couple. Maybe a brother and sister in law, or a sister and brother in law? It feels like it is a personal relationship to you, not just an aquantince. You should know that when you injure a body part, first of all, that area was already weak, in order for that to happen. But then after you injure it, it remains a week spot on your body and not only physically but energetically as well. That is why it is bothering you all this time later, when you thought it was healed. You need to deal with the annoyances and unsettling situations/conversations etc with these other people that I'm seeing. The physical will adjust, once your mental/emotional adjusts.

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