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Get pain in my buttocks when I climb stairs?

Get pain in my buttocks when I climb stairs?

Buttock pain: Please describe more about the pain. Is it only when walking the stairs? Is it the same going up as going down. Does the pain radiate into your lower back or down your leg? Is is sharp pain, or burning or stabbing pain. Does it go completely away when you rest? Can you walk or run without pain? How old are you and what is your gender? Have you any spinal problems? ...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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Why does a person get short of breathness and headaches when climbing stairs?

Why does a person get short of breathness and headaches when climbing stairs?

That person might be: Deconditioned. A medical evaluation would probably provide a more definitive answer to this question. ...Read more

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I get otu of breath very easy. I'm 29yrs old and cant climb stairs or walk a reasonable distance. If I do it takes 2-5min to catch breath and be ok?

I get otu of breath very easy. I'm 29yrs old and cant climb stairs or walk a reasonable distance. If I do it takes 2-5min to catch breath and be ok?

Not OK!: At any age that kind of shortness of breath with exertion needs to be worked up. Perhaps a lung or heart problem could be underlying. If you are terribly out of shape that could be the problem but the more serious conditions need to be ruled out before that is assumed. ...Read more

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I climb stairs to get to my bedroom every night. After I climb I lay in bed and only when I lay down I feel palpitations/faint. What is that?

I climb stairs to get to my bedroom every night. After I climb I lay in bed and only when I lay down I feel palpitations/faint. What is that?

Adrenalin surge: I am guessing that you need to get more exercise. If a flight of stairs to climb is physically taxing to you, you are likely responding with an Adrenalin surge (sympathetic nervous stimulation). The byproduct of these internal stress chemicals is to stimulate the heart and loos vessels producing many of these symptoms. ...Read more

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Why do I always get so short of breath after climbing stairs, but not while I am climbing them?

Why do I always get so short of breath after climbing stairs, but not while I am climbing them?

See below: You are more likely to notice the shortness of breath after you stop and maybe that is why you stopped in the first place. Keep walking and you will eventiually get short of breath while doing the exercise. When you stop you have just completed the entire exercise so more likely to be short of breath than when you were halfway finished. ...Read more

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Lately, when I climb stairs I get easily tired, I smoke but not on the regular, I have a difficult time going to sleep but I am always sleepy?

Lately, when I climb stairs I get easily tired, I smoke but not on the regular, I have a difficult time going to sleep but I am always sleepy?

See your doctor: For exam and evaluation of low energy and excessive sleeping. Cigarettes will cut your stamina so please ask for guidance on how to stop smoking as well. Write down all meds, any alcohol/drug/caffeine use and current stresses. I hope this helps as a first step. Best wishes. ...Read more

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I get bouts of tachycardia when overtired, climb steep stairs/hills, under stress, or after hot showers. Is this heart or asthma related?

I get bouts of tachycardia when overtired, climb steep stairs/hills, under stress, or after hot showers. Is this heart or asthma related?

Do you count: Your heartbeat to know if it is really tachycardia or just a pounding? It has to be over 100 to be true tachycardia. I see you have asthma so it could be your asthma and stress and activity sure could tip it off. ...Read more

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I have CAD. Heart and lung as of january were normal. Climbing the stairs I am short of breath. More so then before. How can I get in shape?

I have CAD. Heart and lung as of january were normal. Climbing the stairs I am short of breath. More so then before. How can I get in shape?

Conditioning: I am not sure what you mead by cad. If your heart and longs are normal it may just require conditioning with regular exercise to get it shape. Weight loss can be helpful too if it is a factor. Remember some shortness of breath on climbing stairs can be normal. You are doing more work! By the way, stopping smoking will help too. ...Read more

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When I go up or down the stairs and I lay down a cramp like feeling starts forming around my buttocks, it gets intense and can't move my whole leg...?

When I go up or down the stairs and I lay down a cramp like feeling starts forming around my buttocks, it gets intense and can't move my whole leg...?

Muscle spasms: Sounds like your muscles are spamming. Now you have to find the cause of this. May be wise to see your doctor and have done blood testing also drink a lot of water ...Read more

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I fell hard on bathroom tiles onto buttocks 3 days ago and have still bad pain inside buttocks/pelvis when sitting on floor / walking uphill or stairs?

I fell hard on bathroom tiles onto buttocks 3 days ago and have still bad pain inside buttocks/pelvis when sitting on floor / walking uphill or stairs?

Sacral pain: The fact that it hurts when you move makes me think you have sacroiliac joint dysfunction. Pain only when sitting can be due to sacral pain - too early to call it coccidynia. This is all probably bruising and muscle spasm - but only an exam by your physician can determine this. ...Read more

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Is it bad for your knees to climb stairs?

Is it bad for your knees to climb stairs?

Maybe: Stair climbing place significant impact on the knee cap. So, if you have knee pain related to either inflammation or arthritis of the knee cap (front of knee), then stairs may not be he best things to do. Along that line, things like kneeling or squatting are not great for knees as well. ...Read more

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Why does my head painfully throb after climbing stairs?

Why does my head painfully throb after climbing stairs?

Dehydration, infecti: A female with feeling of head throbbing after climbing stairs could be from dehydration. It could also be from a sinus infection, a cold, or allergies. Lastly, deconditioning could cause this, meaning someone who is not physically fit could experience increased heart rate which in turn could be interpreted as a throbbing head. ...Read more