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How To Cure Chapped Buttocks
I've pain from the left buttocks to back side of foot while walking or standing. No pain when I'm taking rest. What is this and how can I cure this?
I shave my butt hair and now its sweating buttocks how can I cure sweating buttocks? Its ruin my life im working as a houskeeper and we do heavy works
Powder: Use talcum or corn silk powder. Or any other medicated or men's powder. ...Read more
Otc antifungals: Need to be sure of your dx...if no improvement, suggest seeing a dermatologist ...Read more
What are some ways you can cure or treat a bed sore and will the treatment cause pain in the buttocks region?
Basic treatment: Bedsores are caused by unrelieved pressure on the soft tissues overlying a bony area. The key is to get them off and keep them off the area to allow healing. Once damaged, the tissues heal through inflammation which is the bodies way to get fresh healing blood to the injured area. As the damaged nerves heal, they let you know by causing pain which is a good sign. Motrin and advil (ibuprofen) slow down healing. ...Read more
Is the ionthoporesis machine can cure buttocks sweating? . I try drysol but it still sweating when I gonna poo or fart.... even when I put cornstarch
Not really: It is normal for you. People have different sweating patterns. ...Read more
Long term rash on lower buttocks and upper legs (sitting area) not itchy, small red bumps, no creams seem to cure.
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Perineal radiation burn skin is comin off&burns a lot anus pains too while excretion. What is d best way to cure it? It is area between buttocks. Not cured wd gentian violet&lysine hydrochloride cream.
Protect to heal: Friction and constant exposure to moisture (sweat) reduces protective skin oils is the cz. Underwear may also contribute by bunching or itself causing friction. Trying different undergarments, applying thick protective skin cream, stop intense activity for a while and see. A thin hydrocolloid dressing (ex. Duoderm) applied to each side 2-3 x/wk) prevents friction and promotes healing. ...Read more
My Husband 's Xray shows Straightening of the lumbar spine, with pain from his left buttock down the foot. Anti-inflamatory was useless. What's the cure?
Back Pain: Straightening of the lumbar spine indicates spinal muscle spasm. If there is associated pain (or numbness) that radiates to the foot, a herniated disc is a possibility. Depending on the duration of symptoms, a lumbar spine MRI may be indicated. If symptoms have been present for 2-4 weeks, physical therapy and anti-inflammatories can help. If greater than 4 weeks, would consider MRI ...Read more
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
? 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
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
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
? Strain: This could simply be a strain of your buttocks musculature. Or it can also be referrede 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
Pain in the ***: Somewhat common condition - coccydynia - may be a sign of infection - pilonidal cyst. inflammation of the area can cause pain with sitting and standing - any other symptoms? - you could try warm sitz baths - or using a foam "donut" a course of OTC antiinflammatories might be useful. If these don't help - please make an appointment with your doctor. Good luck ...Read more
More history: Without having more history, it is difficult to assess the question. Your PCP would most likely look to assess historical issues like trauma, prolonged positions, changes in activity etc etc. Suggest you seek counsel of your doctor if this is bothersome. ...Read more
See below.: It depends on exactly where you are talking about. If you can resubmit your question with more specifics of where, one of us can give you a better answer. ...Read more
Not useful: Very hard to remove things after you inject them. ...Read more
Contract / relax: There's an exercise you can do any time of day or night, standing, sitting or lying, any location, in private or in public: tighten your butt muscles for 8-10 seconds, then relax them for same. Repeat whenever you want. Futbutt (firm up the butt)-:). ...Read more
No medicines.: There's no such thing as natural spot fat loss. You need to lose weight in general ; a certain % will be abdominal fat. Eat healthfully ; be physically active. Calories burned must > calories consumed. Exercises that work the buttocks include: lunges, squats, dumbbell squats, step ups, toe taps, plie, squats with kickbacks, hip extensions, one legged dead-lifts ; aerobic exercises. ...Read more
Question?: I am not sure what you are asking, but it sounds like sacroiliac joint pain. ...Read more
Blood flow doesn't..: Increase to areas of body fat, only muscle. So buttocks will feel relatively cold! ...Read more
See Dr.: Your pains could be arthritic related at your age. Inflammation of joints may cause pain when moving certain ways in your posterior hip area-referring the pain to your "buttock" area. See your Dr. To be sure and get a good evaluation and the proper diagnosis, so any treatment can occur. Best wishes. ...Read more
If pain is: Significant than get it checked. It would require an evaluation to determine cause and best treatment plan approach. ...Read more