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What causes sacroiliac joint pain?

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Dr. Thomas Namey
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
3 doctors agree

In brief: Sacroiilititis!

Sacroiilitis is the most common cause.
This is inflammatory. See a rheumatologist.

In brief: Sacroiilititis!

Sacroiilitis is the most common cause.
This is inflammatory. See a rheumatologist.
Dr. Thomas Namey
Dr. Thomas Namey
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Dr. Jay Rosenfeld
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: See below

I see it in the following scenarios.
After car accidents, especially when someone is pressing really hard on the brake with one foot. I see it after falls on the buttock. I see it in women whose pelvic ligaments relax during pregnancy and cause instability in the joint. I see it in people who have had fusion surgery that crosses the lowest lumbar segments and then get excess movement in the si.

In brief: See below

I see it in the following scenarios.
After car accidents, especially when someone is pressing really hard on the brake with one foot. I see it after falls on the buttock. I see it in women whose pelvic ligaments relax during pregnancy and cause instability in the joint. I see it in people who have had fusion surgery that crosses the lowest lumbar segments and then get excess movement in the si.
Dr. Jay Rosenfeld
Dr. Jay Rosenfeld
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Dr. Laurence Badgley
General Practice

In brief: Ligament Injury

Abnormal joint function, usually due to damaged joint ligaments or from joint hypermobility syndrome.
 symptoms can include popping sounds, shifting feeling, radiation of pain into groin region (confused with hernia pain), chronic low back pain, sciatica to knee, pelvic pain, painful intercourse, frequent urination &, to my experience, ibs. See my complete discussion on my board on quora.Com.

In brief: Ligament Injury

Abnormal joint function, usually due to damaged joint ligaments or from joint hypermobility syndrome.
 symptoms can include popping sounds, shifting feeling, radiation of pain into groin region (confused with hernia pain), chronic low back pain, sciatica to knee, pelvic pain, painful intercourse, frequent urination &, to my experience, ibs. See my complete discussion on my board on quora.Com.
Dr. Laurence Badgley
Dr. Laurence Badgley
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