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Butt Pain Is Sciatica It
Low back pain progressed to buttocks, hips, thighs, mostly Lt sided. No injury. Hurts to sit. Walking relieves pain. MRI soon. Is it a herniated disc?
Shooting leg pain: Sciatic pain is due to irritation of the sciatic nerve that runs down either leg. It can present with lower back or buttock pain that is commonly described as shooting. It is generally painful all the way to the foot and becomes worse with hip flexion movements such as sitting or lifting the knee. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Hurting sciatic nerve&sacrioliac bone but no pain on legs only in R low back,hip,&groin.What is Femoral Hernia?Could this be it?Please help!
A gap in the wall of: your abdomen where the femoral artery and vein emerge and then enter the leg that is enlarging is a femoral hernia. They are not common but can cause the symptoms you describe. Low back pain can be muscular, spine or hip related or do to pelvic organ problems. A femoral hernia usually has a tender spot in the front of the hip... especially when coughing or bearing down. Sorry I can't help more. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Curious. If an rfa doesn't help leg butt si joint and hip pain, what would be next? Have ddd, [email protected]/s1, si it dynsfcn, sciatia.
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Hip throbbing, low abdomen pain discharge with blood in it. Pain in right leg. Pain in bottom. Is it cancer? What could it be?
See MD - ER?: Those are a lot of symptoms. You should call your md and possibly go to an er. ...Read more
Lots of causes: Arthritis is the most common cause of groin pain. Other common causes would be hip impingement or a cartilage tear. Infection is very serious cause of hip pain that usually is very rapidly progressing and is often accompanied by fevers, chills, etc. You should have this evaluated asap. ...Read more
I have pain in my upper buttocks and my hip joint when moving the leg sideways. Is this a hip problem or sciatica? Groin pain too but could be hernia
Yes: The groin pain could also be from your hip joint but the back and leg pain is most likely sciatica. Best way to reduce back pain is to be as light as you can (optimal weight) be as fit as you can (high level of fitness with good core muscle strength) and don't smoke. The intermittent use of anti-inflammatory medications will help as well. An epidural injection is also very effective. ...Read more
Different symptoms: Back pain and sciatica may be related, or can occur independently. Sciatica describes the pain that radiates down the back of the thigh to the leg, most often due to a herniated disc in the low back compressing/irritating a nerve that contributes to the sciatic nerve. There are other causes of sciatica. There are also many different causes of back pain. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes and no: A true rootlet lesion would involve only apportion of the beginning of the root some tumors are small enough to do this but to give the picture you present would require a significant number of rootlets or the entire root. ...Read more
Does PMS make herniated disk pain worse? My disk pain is chronic, nerves damaged... But seems worse with PMS. Is that why it feels worse?
Dvt or something less serious? Left leg pain below calf that spreads through entire leg/thigh. Not excruciating just achy/dull pain. What is this?!
Needs ultrasound.: Discomfort and aching in the leg is a very common complaint. When this occurs, it is imperative to eliminate the most significant potential problem which could be a blood clot. Although there are many other reasons to explain your symptoms, a venous ultrasound is the first step. If negative, then other sources of the pain and aching can be pursued. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sciatica : Sciatica is a definite possibility. This usually is caused by pressure on the nerve commonly as it exits your lower spine from a disc bulge or herniation, or possibly from a bone spur. Stretching exercises, physical therapy, chiropractic care are all reasonable initial treatments. However, if the pain persists or is associated with more severe symptoms such as numbness, tingling, weakness, or bowel/bladder incontinence -- you need to seek medical attention from an orthopedic surgeon or neurosurgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually the hip: The hip joint will cause pain in the groin and radiate down the front of the thigh especially with weight bearing or rotating the leg bone. Inguinal hernias or other local pathology in the groin can also cause pain to radiate into the thigh. ...Read more
Can anxiet cause electrical shock type pain and lightening pain around buttocks? My doctor said it wasn't sciatica because it doesn't go down leg.
Nerve irritation: Anxiety can cause many physical symptoms, but specific pain and "electric shock" type pain sound more like your nerve is being irritated. The sciatic nerve does indeed innervate the leg, but does not necessarily have to cause pain all the way down the leg when irritated. You may have a a "minor" case and localized tx with heat or an NSAID may help. Follow-up with your dr. If it persists. G luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What is a good way to alleviate pain due to a bulging herniated disk that is causing sciatica nerve pain?
Sciatica: If the pain is severe start with a day or so of rest heating pads and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications. As the pain starts improving you can gradually increase your activity level and start some gentle exercise and stretching. if the pain lasts more than one or two weeks or is accompanied with muscle weakness, bowel/bladde problems numbness or tingling you should see your doctor sooner ...Read more
I am taking rest for sciatica from 1 week.How can I know that sciatica pain is healing? Wat is the anotomy behind sciatica nerve pain?
Weeks to Months: Generally most people can get relief from sciatic pain doing the conservative care within 3-6 weeks. If it persists after that, it can take up to 6 months to heal by itself. You may still be a candidate for epidural steroid injections that may help relieve the pain while your body heals itself. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How is a DX of Piriformis Syndrone made? Is it merely Sciatic Nerve irratation that radiates to buttocks. What is the Treatment?
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