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Lower Back Pain Radiating Into Buttocks
Low back pain is pain that occurs in the back above the buttock area and below the ribs. Low back pain can be sharp, dull, intermittent or constant. Pain can be at rest or associated with activity. Back pain can also be accompanied with pain that shoots or radiates down into the lower extremities or legs which is frequently ...Read more
I have lower back pain radiating through to my left side, it seems to ease if I drink lots of water.
Kidney stone?: The first thing I think of is a kidney stone. Of course there can be other causes and your physician will help clarify what's happening. ...Read more
I have really bad lower back pain radiating to the front. It worsen at night but i have the pain all day. It started Saturday night.
We need...: We need to know more information about what is going on with you. Did suffer any injuries? Did this start all of a sudden or has this happened before? Any urinary symptoms? Any vaginal bleeding or discharge? If pain is persistent then you should go to the nearest urgent care for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Lower back pain radiating to the front. Nauseous. Shoots up to kidneys. Feel Weak. Intensity varies. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you?
Details: Need more detail where it starts first severity duration relieved by worsened by etc its presence sitting standing lying? ...Read more
Lower back pain radiating down the front of both thighs but mostly my left front thigh Started after having to set in uncomfortable chair for hours?
Possible stenosis: If these symptoms occur with prolonged standing or walking they are certainly consistent with spinal stenosis. If they are occurring street other possibilities exist there could be a form of neuropathy after your prolonged sitting.I would suggest seeing a neurologist to assess where the pain is coming from ...Read more
I have been experiencing bad lower back pain, radiating down my left leg. I can't afford to go to my doctor... Any advice would be so appreciated!
Stretch and walk: Stretching and walking are the best for low back pain radiating to the leg. Lie on your back with one leg flat and bring the other knee up to your chest and hold for 10 seconds, then alternate legs. Repeat that 3 times. Do this every day. Try to walk at least 5 minutes 3 times a day. Ice and heat can help. Drink adequate fluids. If you tolerate them, you can take acetaminophen and/or naproxen. ...Read more
Severe lower back pain radiating through sides and sides of belly. Blood in urine early today. Period ended 2 days ago. What could this be?
Developed severe stabbing lower back pain, radiating around hip to front groin area. Mri showed a hemangioma? What does this mean? A neurologist?
Right side low back pain radiating up being tteated for UTI with cipro (ciprofloxacin) gas or kidney stone?
58 y pt. With severe low back pain radiating towards both legs. Unable to move xray showing straightening of lumber spine? Diagnosis and treatment?
Evaluate Low Back: If you are not improving have your doctor order a lumbar spine mri. Many times a herniated disc in the back can cause leg pain especially if you have not improved with the medications and physical therapy. If it is a herniated disc you may need evaluation from a spine specialist to determine what other options might be needed (injections, surgery, etc) to help reduce pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Buttock Pain: This can be the result of sacroiliac pain or referred lumbar pain. Pain in the si joint, where the pelvis meets the spine, is not terribly uncommon. This pain usually worsens with any weightbearing on pelvis (sitting, standing, lying on side). One or both sides may hurt. Injection is diagnostic, and pt usually helps. Referred pain may be arthritic disc or nerve pressure. Piriformis another cause. ...Read more
Lower back pain. Im 16 and in rotc. Hurts to bend over and sit down. All across lower back and I can feel mild pain in center of left buttocks?
What did you do?: You are so young. What did you do? Did you have trauma? You need to be examine and offer a very thorough history. Start there ...Read more
Lower back pain worse when lying down. Worse when sitting. Located almost in buttocks. Does not radiate. What could it be? Is ice or heat better?
Pelvis joint: Female with low back pain & sciatica worse sitting/lying likely has unilateral sacroiliac joint subluxation; whereby lumbar nerves are tugged & impinged where they exit lumbar vertebra foramina. Sacroiliac joint instability is highly associated with sciatica. See comments: ...Read more
62 female, right lower back dull pain radiating to buttocks when laying down.checked kidneys, GI,ovaries removed. Getting worse! Dr.doesn't know.HELP!!
Back pain: Perhaps the problem is something called acute (or chronic) sacroiliitis, an inflammation of the sacroiliac joint. While not serious it can certainly be painfully annoying. Sometime, sacroiliitis can signal certain forms of arthritis such as polymyalgia rheumatica. Another possibility is piriformis syndrome and lumbar disk issues. ...Read more
Sciatica: Leg pain radiating to buttocks/leg may be coming from a 'pinched nerve' in the lumbar (lower) spine. Pain can come/go depending upon the degree of nerve compression. An MRI scan will be able to show exactly which nerve is affected. The most important warning signs are leg weakness and change in bladder/bowel function. Development of these signs warrants an immediate visit to a physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: This is what is known as referred pain similar to when one may experience with a heart attack and the pain can go to the left arm even though the problem is in the heart. ...Read more
See below: Several things can. You have symptoms which could be severe and should see your physician. He/she will listen to you, do a physical examinarion, run some tests, and let you know what's going on. ...Read more
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