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Pain all on the rt side. dull ache to rt pelvic & groin area with dull ache to rt, lower back, buttock down back of thigh, with burning to lower leg.?

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Dr. Thomas Dowling
Orthopedic Spine Surgery 41 years experience
Possible reasons for: This presentation include a hip, back or sacroiliac (si) joint issue. Try some otc meds if no contraindications and if no better, see your doctor for evaluation and treatment recommendations.
Dr. Laurence Badgley
General Practice 54 years experience
Pelvic joint: Groin pain radiating to the buttock is characteristic for pelvic girdle joint disorder. The buttock aspect of the pain is called sciatica. Pain generated by a sacroiliac joint can refer to the groin region as well as cause sciatica. Vertebral spine disorders characteristically do not radiate to the groin. If this persists an osteopath can diagnose and advise.

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