Yeah, ouch. I got my feet knocked out from under me at age 14 and landed on my tailbone on the edge of a tiled swimming pool. That thing hurt for 20 yrs. Then, oddly enough, once I started spending extremely long time frames on a bicycle saddle, it went away.They're like baseball gloves, you have to oil them and allow them to fit to you, I love this saddle, it's supple and comfortable... for a while. In x-rays my tailbone looks like a Cheeto. A good leather saddle is great for anyone without my deformity.
Your's will probably get better with time Matt, mink oil helps, just don't take up rock climbing and suck at it, and whatever you do don't break your tailbone, it's unimaginably horrible.
And, speaking of saddles ...I'd be interested in the Ideale....send me a convo.