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Doctor insights on: Home Remedies For Pain In The Buttocks

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Dr. Andrea Brand Dr. Brand
Family Medicine
years in practice
State University of New York Downstate Medical Center College of Medicine
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Hello. Pls what can I do? I'm 29 years of age, I have rashes on my buttocks and I need home remedy.

Hello. Pls what can I do? I'm 29 years of age, I have rashes on my buttocks and I need home remedy.

Exam needed: An examination is needed to help diagnose the rash and suggest treatment.

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


Dr. Randolph Evans Dr. Evans
Neurology
39 years in practice
Baylor College of Medicine
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Why would I have new left buttock pain daily?

Why would I have new left buttock pain daily?

It varies: The pain could be from different sources including a pinched nerve or compressed nerve root, muscle spasm, or from the hip. Your doctor can take your history and examine you to try and find out why in your case.

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Dr. Will Moorehead Dr. Moorehead
Orthopedic Surgery - Spine
48 years in practice
Meharry Medical College School of Medicine
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What causes severe buttock pain down leg?

What causes severe buttock pain down leg?

Nerve irritation: Buttock pain that radiates down a leg most likely is the result of a nerve irritation. It may be secondary to a herniated disc, foraminal stenosis or muscular compression as in the piriformis syndrome. Would recommend that you see your pcp for an evaluation to determine your exact diagnosis.

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Dr. Thomas Dowling Dr. Dowling
Orthopedic Surgery - Spine
36 years in practice
Boston University School of Medicine
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What icauses buttock pain radiated to thigh?

Pyriformis v disc: This can occur due to a disc herniation in the lower back and not cause any back pain or be due to a hip muscle known aa the pyriformis irritating the sciatic nerve which it straddles in the buttock region mimicking a disc herniation pattern. It can be hip bursitis or arthritis, a sacroiliac joint problem or degenerative changes in the spine referring pain to this region.

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Dr. Will Moorehead Dr. Moorehead
Orthopedic Surgery - Spine
48 years in practice
Meharry Medical College School of Medicine
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Hip and buttock pain lasting 2 years since delivery. Why?

Hip and buttock pain lasting 2 years since delivery. Why?

Examination: You need to see an orthopedic surgeon to undergo an evaluation including a pelvic & bilateral hip mri.

Dr. Robert Kent Dr. Kent
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
8 years in practice
Des Moines University College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery
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How come my buttock pain making my legs feel weak/heavy?

How come my buttock pain making my legs feel weak/heavy?

You should: See a physician. You may have a radiculopathy, a pinched nerve originating in your back, most commonly from disc issues or arthritis, if your leg is getting weak and heavy, this can represent progression, so see a physician. You have one of the best back pain doctors in the states right near you in brookline, a dr rainville. See if you can see him and he can help a great deal!

Dr. Joseph Gregorace Dr. Gregorace
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
24 years in practice
New York Institute of Technology New York College of Osteopathic Medicine
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Why would it be that my buttock pain is making my legs feel weak/heavy?

Why would it be that my buttock pain is making my legs feel weak/heavy?

LBP: This could be a sciatic neuropathy or a disc herniation causing a radiculopathy. Consult with a physiatrist (pm&r specialist) for an examination.

Dr. Michael Bolesta Dr. Bolesta
Orthopedic Surgery
36 years in practice
University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine
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Buttock pain in higher part of glut?

Buttock pain in higher part of glut?

Many possibilities: It could be coming from problems in the low back (disk degeneration, facet joint arthritis). It could be muscle pain in the buttock itself. Less commonly it can come from the sacroiliac joint.

Dr. David Teicheira Dr. Teicheira
Pain Management
32 years in practice
Keck School of Medicine of University of Southern California
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What can cause buttock pain in higher part of area?

What can cause buttock pain in higher part of area?

Many things.: Typically, sources of pain in this area could include tendinitis of the gluteus muscles, joint pain from sacroiliac or facet joints, or even disc pain. The most common cause would be tendinitis. In your age group this may last weeks or longer. It goes on for longer than a few weeks, consider a checkup.

Dr. Randolph Evans Dr. Evans
Neurology
39 years in practice
Baylor College of Medicine
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What tests do I need to figure out upper left buttock pain?

What tests do I need to figure out upper left buttock pain?

Physical exam: The doctor will start with a physical exam which may be enough in many cases to determine that the pain may be myofascial or muscle spasm. If there is not improvement with medication or physical therapy, imaging studies such as a MRI scan may be indicated.

Dr. Mark Reynolds Dr. Reynolds
Psychiatry
29 years in practice
The Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine
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Does fibromyalgia cause lower buttock pain?

Does fibromyalgia cause lower buttock pain?

Tender points: I agree with ali. Fibromyalgia is characterized by multiple tender points, widespread deep muscle pain, fatigue, and depression. There are tender points scattered over the neck, back, chest, elbows, hips, buttocks, and knees. See your doctor to clarify.

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Dr. Thomas Dowling Dr. Dowling
Orthopedic Surgery - Spine
36 years in practice
Boston University School of Medicine
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Stiff back +buttock pain for the last 3 years now, please help?

Stiff back +buttock pain for the last 3 years now, please help?

Lifestyle changes: Can help! Not smoking, weight control and regular exercise are the key ones. Modifying activity that aggravates the back, trying a back support and use of medication if not medically contraindicated can also make a difference. Physical therapy and injections through pain management may help. Most are treated non operatively. See your physician prior to starting workouts if out of shape.

Dr. Mark Weston Dr. Weston
Orthopedic Surgery - Spine
27 years in practice
University of Nebraska College of Medicine
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Can buttock pain be due to a bulging disc in my back?

Can buttock pain be due to a bulging disc in my back?

Possible but?: Can be, but this is controversial and hard to confirm and the bulges can frequently be asymptomatic.

Dr. Myra Skluth Dr. Skluth
Internal Medicine
31 years in practice
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University
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Is buttock pain and swelling usually due to a back problems?

Is buttock pain and swelling usually due to a back problems?

Yes, but: Pain in buttocks is caused by back problems. Swelling is not. Consider torn glut.

Dr. Eric Tannenbaum Dr. Tannenbaum
Orthopedic Surgery
5 years in practice
University of Michigan Medical School
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Which is right buttock pain shooting down the right leg?

Which is right buttock pain shooting down the right leg?

Nerve impingement: Shooting leg pain on one side is most often due to a nerve from the spine being impinged (aka pressed upon). This could be for several reasons including a herniated disk, spinal stenosis, or more serious causes. If you have other symptoms such as fever, weight loss, or night sweats it is advisable to see a physician.

Dr. David Weingarden Dr. Weingarden
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
34 years in practice
Wayne State University School of Medicine
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Does constipation cause back pain and buttock pain?

Does constipation cause back pain and buttock pain?

It May: Severe constipation can cause buttock ; back pain. But the reverse is also true. Some back pain medications can cause constipation. Also, diseases (some quite serious) that affect the colon or pelvic area can cause both buttock/back pain and severe constipation. If the pain does not go away long term after your bowels are going again, see your doctor!

Dr. Kornelis Poelstra Dr. Poelstra
Orthopedic Surgery - Spine
20 years in practice
University of Groningen Faculty of Medicine
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What causes behind hip/buttock pain even with no movement?

Buttock pain: It can be due to nerve compression in the lower back or perhaps sacro-iliac joint pain/inflammation. Please find a good ortho-spine surgeon and have them evalute you, possibly with an MRI of the back and / or pelvis, depending on the physical exam... Good luck!

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Dr. Per Freitag Dr. Freitag
Orthopedic Surgery
years in practice
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46 y/o s/p hip replacement. Had DVT, PE at 4 weeks post op. Now at 11 weeks, still with groin, buttock pain, stiff, still uses cane. Still normal?

46 y/o s/p hip replacement. Had DVT, PE at 4 weeks post op. Now at 11 weeks, still with groin, buttock pain, stiff, still uses cane. Still normal?

Unusual: See your orthopod. Groin pain is usually from the hip but could have other causes. You could have had the DVT as a result of surgery, but I would also check your homocysteine level.

Dr. Michael Bolesta Dr. Bolesta
Orthopedic Surgery
36 years in practice
University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine
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What can I do to ease buttock pain and numbness when I sit too long?

What can I do to ease buttock pain and numbness when I sit too long?

Get up & move: Staying in any position too long can be uncomfortable. Get up and move around. If you have a sitting job, try to stand, stretch, walk around every hour. It will help you feel better and help you to get back to work after the short break.

Dr. Ki-Hon Lin Dr. Lin
Orthopedic Surgery
21 years in practice
Baylor College of Medicine
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Can left 3 mm disk protrusion and annular tear, cause rt buttock pain for past 2 yrs?

Can left 3 mm disk protrusion and annular tear, cause rt buttock pain for past 2 yrs?

Doubtful: If the disk protrusion is on the left side and your pain is on the right side, then it is unlikely that that particular disk protrusion is the cause of your right sided pain. If you do not have any right sided disc protrusion, then your pain may arise from another cause such as your si joint, facet joint, a trigger point, etc. See your physician for further discussion.

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