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What is this pain in buttock? From sitting on the john too long?

What is this pain in buttock? From sitting on the john too long?

It is not healthy to: Set on the toliet for long time, it could cause hemorrhoids, because even if you're not pushing all the time, the position you're sitting in with your cheeks apart still allows more pressure on the rectal veins. Your legs fall asleep when i sit on the toilet too long which cause pressure on the sciatic nerve. ...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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Bad pain low rt side back near upper buttock. Hurts most any movement worse if bent over/sitting an get up takes long time to straighten up slowly?

Bad pain low rt side back near upper buttock. Hurts most any movement worse if bent over/sitting an get up takes long time to straighten up slowly?

Sounds : Muscular. ? Cause it start if pain. See your doctor. NSAIDs , muscle relaxers , physical therapy may all help. But try to find out what happened and how to prevent. ...Read more

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Pain in buttock hip & thigh that sometimes goes down front of leg what could cause this . Hurts more on sitting down or standing long periods of time.

Low back pain: It's probably starting in your low back. Usually these things resolve within 4 weeks if you are careful, rest, and don't re-injure yourself. Can happen with minimal "injury" like forceful cough, catching a falling object, etc. Do some gentle stretches (forward bends from the waist), use heat or ice for comfort. Consider physical therapy if no better. See a Dr for weakness or bowel/bladder changes. ...Read more

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I have begun to have pain in the buttocks with prolonged sitting, started about six weeks back, I don't have back pain, there is no numbness in the legs and the pain does not radiate to the legs.

I have begun to have pain in the buttocks with prolonged sitting, started about six weeks back, I don't have back pain, there is no numbness in the legs and the pain does not radiate to the legs.

Pelvic source pain: In an otherwise healthy 50 yo, the most common cause is a spasm in ,the piriformis muscle, which lies over the sciatic nerve. It can be irritated with a wallet on the same side, sacral sitting ( sliding buttock forward when seated) or direct trauma. Another common cause is sacro iliac irritation. Chiropractic, or PMR docs can evaluate this. X rays or MRI won't show it. ...Read more

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Lumbar pain near spine. Swollen. Buttocks pain. Pain when walking/sitting for long. Sometimes hip locks. Its been 4 months now. what can it be?

Good exam: Sacroilitis and Piriformis syndrome are causes for radiating pain to the hip/buttock but at the end of the day, you will need a doctor experienced with low back pain to do proper musculoskeletal exam to pinpoint the area. ...Read more

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Been sitting more at work. I noticed a strange vibrating feeling in my back, buttocks and legs. This vibrating seems to come on when I sit for prolonged periods. Goes away when I walk. No dramatic increase in back pain. ?

Been sitting more at work. I noticed a strange vibrating feeling in my back, buttocks and legs. This vibrating seems to come on when I sit for prolonged periods. Goes away when I walk. 
No dramatic increase in back pain. ?

Early Disc Disease: The vibration may be an early warning sign of spine/disc problems. As a general guide, have good posture, evaluate your desk ergonomics, chair and most importantly get up frequently. I recommend changes positons every 20-30 minutes. If you can create a standing desk and alternate positions you will experience less symptoms. Keep hydrated, exercise and maintain good body weight. PT may be helpful. ...Read more

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Long term rash on lower buttocks and upper legs (sitting area) not itchy, small red bumps, no creams seem to cure.

Long term rash on lower buttocks and upper legs (sitting area) not itchy, small red bumps, no creams seem to cure.

Send us a picture: You can upload a picture of the rash at www.imgur.com the picture will be tagged with its own URL website You can RESUBMIT the question to us again with the URL address listed and we will be able to view it. This is all done anonymously. ...Read more

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