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Sorry, I’ve never come across PNE, several of us have coccyx/sacral pain but not heard of anyone complain of this one before but the post stays open for 90 days, so someone might come forwards. Often people read these posts but don’t have the energy to reply at the time, so don’t be disheartened.
You’re not on your own not realising about collagen issues, it’s something very few doctors consider either and, unless they suffer from it, they certainly don’t understand the depth of how it affects people, many thinking I’m sure, that it’s just superficial. After all, I see many people who are obviously hypermobile, going about their business without any difficulty or pain whatsoever, so there must be something more going on than just hypermobility, after all, in many of our cases it has a detrimental effect on each and every bodily system.
More often is the case that life is good for us until something comes along to trigger this condition, in my case it was a head and neck trauma, which injured the ligaments at my cranio-cervical junction and left me with autonomic nervous system problems, for some like Dr Diana it was a virus, which makes me wonder if the common denominator is ‘sweating’.
I need to say at this point that anyone who knows they have hypermobility should stay away from roller coasters and trampolines, as they can have dire consequences.