Can blood clot cause pain in buttocks?

Yes. Many things can cause pain in the buttocks. The list includes herniated lumbar disk, hip problems, pulled muscle, infection, etc. Have it looked at if it persists.

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I have a blood clot in my buttocks. It was caused by an injury (fell over a sharp edge). It doesn't cause any pain though. How to recover from it?

Need to examine. It is not clear what you mean by "clot". If it is a collection of blood under the skin, it will resolve on its own though it may leave some pigmentation in the skin for some time. If there is a wound from the sharp object then it needs to examined to ascertain that it is not infected. Read more...

Leg feels heavy, muscle spasms, hurts from toes to buttocks, possible bursitis in knee, Can sciatica cause all this or could it be a blood clot?

Not likely. It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without taking additional history, physical examination and may be some tests. It would be prudent to see your doctor. If you are overweight it is imperative that you lose weight through diet and exercise. Read more...

I've had pain radiating my lower buttocks down through my lower leg as well as veinsin the back of my knee. Family is conccerned its a blood clot?

Sciatica or Clot. Blood clots cause pain and swelling in the foot, lower leg, and seldom move up the leg to the buttocks. Irritation of the sciatic nerves usually started in the lower back to buttocks area with pain going down the back of the leg. Pressure in the back of the knee on the nerve could cause pain up to the buttocks and down to the foot. Check with your physician immediately for testing and treatment. Read more...
Radicular pain. Pain that radiates from the buttocks or back, and travel down the leg is known as radicular pain. This is usually due to nerve impingement to the lower back (aka sciatic pain). The most common and prevalent symptom of a clot is swelling to the foot, ankle, and lower leg. Best to see your family doctor or internist to find out your cause of pain. Read more...

Pain from groin, thigh to buttock, blood clot?

Unlikely. Blood clots are unlikely in an otherwise normal male. Have a doctor take a look. The pain is more likely related to your lower back or hip. Read more...

Is it possible to get a blood clot in the buttock? My mom has pain and is diagnosed with polycythemia vera, so I fear this. Her doc says it's lumbago.

P VERA. does NOT lead to blood clots (hematoma) in the buttocks..."Lumbago" or as it is more commonly known Sciatica..Is due to a BACK issue (pinched nerves/strained muscles) NOT the AMOUNT of Red Blood cells. (Poly (many)cythemia(blood cells) Hope this is helpful Dr Z. Read more...

Just started Caziant three days ago. Today, I have sharp pain in buttock/joint and numbness/tingling in calf/foot. Concerned about blood clot. Risk?

Stop.. Stop the birth control pill and get seen as soon as possible( if possible go to the ED). It is not possible with this limited information and from this platform t figure out what is the possibility this is actually a blood clot. This requires more history and a direct exam. Read more...