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My 23 months old baby, was injected on the buttocks and 5 week now is experiencing pain at the toes, numbness of the feet and coldness at the feet?
Buttock: Injections are given in the upper-outer quadrant of the buttocks in order to avoid injury to the sciatic nerve. I assume this is where the injection was given. But we doctors don't have x-ray vision (yet), and not all sciatic nerves follow the anatomy book, so it's possible, on rare occasions, to injure the sciatic nerve even if the injection is given properly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Spot fat loss does: Not occur naturally. By losing weight in general some will probably be butt fat. But, we don't get to choose what area of body fat is lost from. Eat healthy ; be physically active. Calories burned must > those consumed. Exercises to tone your butt include plie, dumbell squats, squat w kick-back, single leg front raises, toe taps, clock lunge, step ups w knee raise, lunge jumps ; squat jumps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Overall weight loss: With natural weight loss (by eating fewer calories and exercising more to use up stored fat), one loses fat from all body parts. So, it is hard to just lose the "buttocks" or the "love handles". Doing exercises to strengthen and build up the abdominal muscles can hold the tummy in better, which will improve the overall appearance. Exercising the legs will make them look better. ...Read more
Long for Butt.: The buttocks are the paired curved masses that make up our "posterior." each buttock consists of a layer of fat superimposed on the gluteus maximus and gluteus medius muscles. ...Read more
Can't diagnose: This one online. It will require one on one eval. Take care. ...Read more
Probably not serious: Pain above the buttock could be due to muscle spasm, issues with the joint in your back or the the sacroiliac joint. Try physical therapy and heating pads. If they don't help, get referred to an interventional pain physician. There are a variety or easy procedures they could perform to help you. ...Read more
Should not stay more: Than few days, 3-4. If did check it out. ...Read more
ARealPainInTheButt!!: It's common to get pain in that area. If I'm guessing correctly, that's the upper area of your pelvic bone where I joins the sacrum (a wide triangular bone). Prolonged sitting or improper lifting or running can kick it off. It's really annoying. I've heard that a chiropractor could help with this but it will recur unless you give attention to proper posture and spinal alignment. ...Read more
See your doctor: It is normal to feel a hardening of the skin (lump) for up to several weeks after an injection; however, any tenderness associated with the shot should have already resolved. Need to be concerned about possible infection at the site or other possible complications. Recommend seeing your doctor to have the area examined. ...Read more
Usually 2 weeks: It generally takes about 2 weeks to heal and activity restrictions are placed durimg this time. Final results may take 3-6 months. Healing may be the result of the technique or size requested. It can be accomplished with skin and fat flaps, fat injections or by using an implant. For fat injection examples, see the video: http://youtu. Be/TFdKUpv7d1o ...Read more
Pirifirmis syndrome: This appears to be pirifirmis syndrome. A wedge-like shaped muscle attached from hip nine to sacrum to abduct the hip it is commonly the cause of buttocks/low back pain. An osteopathic physician (D.O.) specializing in physical medicine & rehabilitation could be of assistance in properly treating this condition with osteopathic manual medicine techniques and appropriate physical therapy treatments. ...Read more
Buttock Pain: Without a little more detail, such as the quality of the pain, the appearance of the skin, your history leading up to the onset, and possible other symptoms, it is hard to say. Often a developing infection, such as an abscess, can present this way. So called nerve pain ("sciatica") due to certain back conditions can also be responsible. Other musculo-skeletal conditions are possible. See your md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been suffering from quite a bit of pain in my right buttock since last Friday after receiving an IM injection there.
Possibilities: Any time the skin is penetrated, there is a chance that infection can develop. We are trained to use care to minimize this risk, but it can still occur sometimes. Assuming the injection was properly placed (the upper-outer quadrant of the buttock) the remaining possibilities include (1) local irritation from the medication itself and (2) infection. Heat and redness indicate infection. ...Read more
Hello sir, I have a white coloured mark on my right buttock. I seen it from last 17 years. Is it problem or symptom of other illness?
White mark butt 17 y: Hello sir, I have a white coloured mark on my right buttock. I seen it from last 17 years. Is it problem or symptom of other illness? ANS: prob birth mark. We can do consult and you can send me pictures. Then can make better judgement. ...Read more