That sounded dirty.
I was riding Saturday and was about 10 miles into a 40 mile trip when I noticed my knee's were hurting. I checked my seat and sure enough it had slipped down. I raise it up and get back on. It felt like it was a bit higher than usual but the standard "knee almost straight without rocking your hips" criteria was met. It felt much better riding like that and I completed the other 30 miles without a hint of discomfort. My gluteus maximus felt the same as when I departed.
The pain did not start until Sunday morning when I work up with a throbbing coccyx (tail bone). I could literally feel it pulsing. I took some advil and went to church noticing that it was very uncomfortable to sit on a wooden bench. What does God have against a seat cushion? Why can't I worship in a recliner? I figured that it would go away during the day but it did not. This morning I woke up and it still hurts albeit slightly less. The throbbing has been replaced by a nagging pain that isn't particularly sharp.
Would this pain be caused by the seat being too high? Anyone else have this happen to them? I've been on longer rides before and never had this pain afterwards. I did get jarred a few times by some rocks hidden in leaves that were sticking up a couple inches. I ride without padded shorts or bibs, just a regular pair of gym shorts is most comfortable to me. My seat is stock if that matters.
Should I drop my seat height or should I call my doctor?