Has anyone had any success with a SCS implanted for sacrum/coccyx pain. I had a coccygectomy several years ago and my pain has kept increasing since. My pain is localized in the sacrum area and I have so much pain sitting and lying down. Have tried just about every treatment, including a trial for a Peripheral Nerve Stimulator (leads are placed over the area of pain vs. a SCS, where the leads are placed into the epidural space). I didn't receive any relief and the leads were pulled. After that, I had radiofrequency, with no relief. My condition seems to be rather unique and there aren't very many doctors who have treated patients for this type of pain. My pain management dr has suggested trying a SCS, which would be inserted into the epidural space at the very lowest part of the spine, which would be at the top of the sacrum (I think). I actually had an appt for next Tuesday to have the trial, but I got cold feet and postponed it. The more research I do on this topic, the more concerned I am that there are a lot of problems with the SCS...so much can go wrong.