A 36-year-old female asked:
low back pain. pain radiates mid-buttocks, to hips and down the back of thighs, as well as into the back of my calves. pain also when seated.
1 doctor answer
Dr. Richard Romano answered
8 years experience Internal Medicine
Back pain: Yes, back pain can radiate into the legs and thighs. Radiating pain can be from nerve or from joint or muscle pain. See a doctor in person for treatment plans
Answered on May 6, 2019
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