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I'm wondering why are my buttocks cold when i exercise?

I'm wondering why are my buttocks cold when i exercise?

Blood flow doesn't..: Increase to areas of body fat, only muscle. So buttocks will feel relatively cold! ...Read more

Buttock (Definition)

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 ...Read more


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Occasionally my left leg starting with my upper buttocks will go tingly/cold. When the cold starts to go away my leg/left buttocks gets sweaty. Why?

Occasionally my left leg starting with my upper buttocks will go tingly/cold. When the cold starts to go away my leg/left buttocks gets sweaty. Why?

Neurologist: You may have to be evaluated by a neurologist to determine whether there is a type of neuritis or peripheral neuropathy affecting the sciatic nerve. The symptoms don't suggest a musculoskeletal process. If deemed advisable tests like emg or spinal mri may be recommended. ...Read more

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Cold tingly feeling in legs and buttocks with some pain. Blood tests normal, with slightly elevated thyroid levels. 5'8 overweight female. 28 y/o. ?

Cold tingly feeling in legs and buttocks with some pain. Blood tests normal, with slightly elevated thyroid levels. 5'8 overweight female. 28 y/o. ?

Tingling: Please see your primary doctor to see why you have tingling. If he/she can help, OK. If not you will be referred to specialist who will help you with your symptoms and, most likely, help you with weight loss. All should go well over a short time. Please let me know how things develop. ...Read more

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Can sciatica cause a cold spot on one leg and foot? i have pain in one leg, buttocks and lower back. walking used to help but now hurts my hip.

Yes, it can: Impingement of the S1 nerve can lead to weakness and erratic nerve pain down one leg. The interventional pain management involves special procedures to treat and manage nerve impingement pain. Ask your PCP for the specialist referral. ...Read more

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Why I have hypersensitivity in the back of my thigh( tingling/ prickling ) feeling and also wet/ cold when I wear pants. Starts from buttock 2 knee?

Why I have hypersensitivity in the back of my thigh( tingling/ prickling ) feeling and also wet/ cold when I wear pants. Starts from buttock 2 knee?

Sciatica: 30's female with unilateral sciatica needs evaluation for cause of this neuralgia. Neural impingement might be occurring at lumbar foramena, sacroiliac joint or pyriformis muscle. An Osteopath would be a good specialist to evaluate. See comments below. There also needs to be evaluation for Joint Hypermobility Syndrome, which can potentiate evolution of sciatica. ...Read more

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Awaiting natural m/c @ 5 weeks, last 2 months had aching pain in l buttock & an cold feeling in l foot, but last few day had pains behind knee & calf.

Awaiting natural m/c @ 5 weeks, last 2 months had aching pain in l buttock & an cold feeling in l foot, but last few day had pains behind knee & calf.

Odd: While unlikely, there is a chance it could be due to a DVT / blood clot in a vein in your leg, the risk of which is increased during pregnancy. Talk to your dr or gyn for more detailed history, exam, and ultrasound if needed. ...Read more

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After orgasm muscle in left buttock and groin tense up and penis stays in a "tense"flaccid state(Like when cold).Symptoms remain for several days.Why?

After orgasm muscle in left buttock and groin tense up and penis stays in a "tense"flaccid state(Like when cold).Symptoms remain for several days.Why?

Groin Pain: These are not typical symptoms. Historical factors like medical history, medicines, recreational drug use, and supplements must be disclosed to your PCP for a comprehensive exam and analysis. Penis trauma can occur during rigorous activity and/or strain from working out can injure the area. Please see your doctor. ...Read more

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How can I tell if my l side sciatic px is from piriformis syndrome or herniated disk? The pain intensity varies & at time only in my l low back/buttock. When I have leg pain to my left foot goes cold.

How can I tell if my l side sciatic px is from piriformis syndrome or herniated disk? The pain intensity varies & at time only in my l low back/buttock. When I have leg pain to my left foot goes cold.

Sometimes : It's very difficult to differentiate between those two. A good physical exam and history necessary. Avoid positions that worse the pain. An MRI sometimes necessary to r/o hnp. Ice, rest and stretching exercises will improved a piriformis syndrome. Also the use of nsaids meds sometimes indicated. Can take long. I went through ps symptoms in the past. Good luck. ...Read more

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Mri-t12-l1 l4-l5 l5-s1 disk protrusion no nerve impingement or spinal stenosis. Left low back buttock leg pain ×3 wks. Foot cold tingling. Worse when sitting standing walking. 10 days steriod no help?

Mri-t12-l1 l4-l5 l5-s1 disk protrusion no nerve impingement or spinal stenosis. Left low back buttock leg pain ×3 wks. Foot cold tingling. Worse when sitting standing walking. 10 days steriod no help?

Delaying in this: Circumstance isn't advisable. Your symptoms suggest impingement, either through direct nerve compression or swelling around the nerve. In any event, a discussion with your neurologist/neurosurgeon about an epidural steroid (or transforaminal steroid) injection should happen sooner, rather than later. Although a cold, numb foot may be related to other (vascular) problems, nerve problems are primary. ...Read more

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How to loose fat in buttocks?

There's no such : Thing as natural spot fat loss. You need to lose weight in general ; a certain % will be butt fat. Eat healthfully ; be physically active. Calories burned must > calories consumed. Exercises that will work your buttocks include: lunges, squats, dumbbell squats, step ups, toe taps, plie, squats with kickbacks, hip extensions, one legged dead-lifts and the gamut of aerobic exercises. ...Read more

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How can I have bigger buttocks?

How can I have bigger buttocks?

See plastic surgeon: Of course you may have bigger buttocks. You need to see plastic surgeon for evaluation and advice. ...Read more

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Why do I have pain in the buttocks?

? Strain: This could simply be a strain of your buttocks musculature. Or it can also be referred pain from your spine. I would give it time to improve on its own. In the event it continues see your orthopedic specialist.. ...Read more

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Does injection in the buttocks hurt?

Well. You tell me. : Only you can tell. Let you doctor now. ...Read more

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What could cause pain in the buttocks?

What could cause pain in the buttocks?

Several poss. causes: Skipping the jokes: buttock pain can result from muscle strain, tendon injury, lumbar or sciatic nerve injury or impingement (ex. Disc herniation), over-tightened muscles (ex. Pyriformis syndrome), sacroiliac injury, sacrotuberous ligament injury, and many more. A good physical, including an osteopathic hands-on exam, can help determine the cause; manipulation is often the treatment of choice. ...Read more

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What can I do to get a larger buttocks?

What can I do to get a larger buttocks?

Gluteus exercises: Fat distribution is not actually controllable, but eating too much sugar or refined starches can lead to a big tummy and also to pre-diabetes (both are bad). Healthy meals have nutritious protein, a mild amount of healthier fats, some veggies, and some complex whole grain carbohydrates. Working the butt muscles at the gym will lead to a better butt. Do the gluteus (glute) exercises often. ...Read more