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Buttocks Pain

Written By: admin - Dec• 31•11

The pain is usually located in the lower lumbar region, where the spine curves inwards just before it reaches the buttocks. This lower back supports most of the body's weight, and as a result, is susceptible to pain caused by injury or other problems.

Causes of Low Back Pain: -

People above the age of 40 are more to develop this problem. As the lumbar region holds most of the body weight, being overweight can also be one of the causes for lumbar spondylosis. Sitting continuously for long time in a single position can also affect the lumbar spine. Family history is one of the basic causes and any injury in lumbar region can lead to lumbar spondylosis.
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Symptoms of low back pain may include:

a Tenderness, pain, and stiffness in the lower back
a Pain that spreads into the buttocks or legs
a Having a hard time standing up or standing in one position for a long time

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Should i see a physio for pain in buttocks?
    I have pain in both buttocks for more than 1 week now. I don`t know why, its just started hurting, on the cheeks. Its definatly not damaged tailbone, there is no pain there, its all on the muscles. It hurts and is not getting better. What do i have? Should i see my doctor and get a referral to a physio? Could a physio help with this?

    • ANSWER:
      I'll bet that you've pulled one of the huge muscles that controls your hips and upper legs!

      Your doctor will certainly refer you to a physio, and he/she will be able to help you recover. This is a common injury and not permanent!

  2. QUESTION:
    Can a sinus infection cause pain in buttocks?
    For the last 24 hours, I have had this dull pain in the muscles of my buttocks. It hurts quite a bit when I walk, and to touch. I have also had a runny nose and sneezing for a while from the winter cold. I often get sinusitis in winter. Would this pain be caused by sinusitis? I really dont want antibiotics but will see a doctor if it doesnt get better.
    yep its winter downunder and @#$ cold!

    • ANSWER:
      The sinusitis will not cause the pain in your buttocks but they are related. They are both symptoms of a flu virus. Aching muscles are very common in the flu, and sinusitis is an secondary infection you get when your sinuses get blocked while they are trying to clear out the virus. Some people are more prone to getting infected sinuses than others due to the width of the sinus passages. Most flu's will sort themselves out in a week and do not respond to antibiotics. If you still feel the same by the second week, you may have a secondary infection that your doctor could prescribe antibiotics for.

  3. QUESTION:
    Should i see physio for pain in buttocks?
    I have pain in both buttocks for more than 1 week now. I don`t know why, its just started hurting, on the cheeks. Its definatly not damaged tailbone, there is no pain there, its all on the muscles. It hurts and is not getting better. What do i have? Should i see my doctor and get a referral to see a physio? Could a physio help with this?

    • ANSWER:
      Yes, see your medical doctor, but it might be your hip flexors. I see a chiroprator for mine. I thought i just needed a massage, but when i kept on saying rub lower, they were essentially rubbing my butt cheeks. So, I went to the chiro, and he has helped me so much, and tought me some things, stretches, and exercises to help.

  4. QUESTION:
    I am experiencing lower back pain near the buttocks?
    I am experiencing lower back pain near the buttocks since 3 months. can u suggest something? iam eating a lot of chicken these days..
    could it be a possible cause of the back pain?
    please suggest some remedies.

    • ANSWER:
      A super thick overlapped crotch seam in denims made the nerves mad in low back.

  5. QUESTION:
    Pain in buttocks and lower back during pregnancy?
    I hear back pain can be a sign of a miscarriage. But I am not sick, no bleeding and the pain isn't excruciating. It is more just a bother. When I sit or stand up, the pain starts in my left buttocks and moves into the very lower part of my back. It is very uncomfortable and just want to know if anyone else had this problem during their pregnancy. Could be sciatic (?) nerve pain I read. I am 13 weeks pregnant.

    Thank you to everyone who takes the time to help!! :)

    • ANSWER:
      Sounds like sciatic nerve pain. I had it up until about 16 weeks and then it went away and now it comes and goes. If you are still concerned talk to your doctor.

  6. QUESTION:
    What is this sharp pain above my buttocks?
    Occaisonally, I get a sharp pain above my buttocks when I walk. It only hurts when I walk, and it's just sharp and hurts badly, but not to the point where I can't walk. It is not constant either. I don't think it's sciatica, because I'm only 16.

    • ANSWER:
      have you recently had anal sex?

  7. QUESTION:
    Does anyone have hip/buttocks joint pain that happens more so in the mornings?
    I recently developed a sharp pain around my hip/buttocks and its more painful in the mornings. I get a sharp pain when I get out of bed in the morning and seems to be right where my hip would be and its extreme pain when I get into my car in the morning and sit down at my desk in a chair. It kind of feels like my hip needs cracked or something. By mid morning I don't notice the pain and maybe it's because I ignore it or maybe it's just that it's really bad in the mornings. I also have a numbing sensation on my skin around that area. It kind of feels like that area fell asleep.
    I also thought I should mention that I'm only 25 years old and have never experienced joint pain before.

    • ANSWER:
      This is one of the classic symptoms of ankylosing spondylitis.
      Typically, the symptoms of ankylosing spondylitis come and go. AS often starts at the sacroiliac joint causing lower back pain, which is usually worse at night and in the morning, and relieved by gentle activity. There may also be pain in the buttocks or down the backs of the thighs. Typically, the back is stiff in the mornings.

      When AS has been present for a few months, the back may stiffen, usually in the lower back. This happens when the inflammation reduces and healing takes place. Bone then grows out from both sides of the spine, joining the vertebrae together. Some people may stoop, whereas others develop a straight, stiff spine. In time, the inflammation can lead to permanent stiffness, but as the spine becomes more rigid, the pain may decrease.

      Doctors can often diagnose AS simply from a description of the symptoms and a physical examination. Blood tests are performed to look for signs of inflammation. Blood may also be tested for HLA-B27. If this is present, it shows an increased risk of AS but does not prove the diagnosis.

      X-rays are carried out to look for typical changes of AS, such as inflammation of the sacroiliac joints and damage to the joints in the spine.

      I would advise you go to your doctor, tell him your symptoms. He can do a simple blood test to detect the gene HLA-B27, which is present in about 90% of AS patients.

      Do not delay a doctor's visit, as there are treatments available to slow or stop the progression of this disease, although there is no "cure".

  8. QUESTION:
    Deep buttocks pain from marching band?
    After two weeks of practicing, out of no where my got deep buttocks pain that hurts when i move my left leg. I had the same pain last year and used advil for pain relief and it went away withing about a week or two. I am a drummer so we have to crab step most of the time when we march. The pain isn't UNBEARABLE but it's really annoying. I think i may have piriformis syndrome, i'm not sure though. Any information about getting rid of this pain is appreciated.

    • ANSWER:
      ice and heat.
      youll have to, for now, deal. see how long the pain will persist, it might go away, it could just be unusual stiffness from reworking that part of the body. do some light stretches.

      if pain continues then i would seek help from a doctor.

  9. QUESTION:
    Why is my lower right back upper buttocks in pain?
    It started a couple weeks ago and comes and goes. Sometimes even hurts to walk and move.

    • ANSWER:
      If you feel the pain go down your leg or wrap around your hip, you may be suffering from sciatica. In it's worst state, you will feel painful electrical charges in your foot as the nerve wraps around your pelvis and hip and back down the back of the leg through the buttocks.

      Please see your doctor for a muscle relaxant like flexerall only by prescription to stop your muscles from squeezing the nerve on your left side. You can use a combination of non prescribed medication to try and hit the areas that are most annoying; however, 50mg-150mg indomethicin oral or anal works the absolute best for your back.

      1. I used to use a combination of medications which included 400mg Ibuprofen 4x a day with food. This takes the swelling and inflammation down. DO NOT exceed1600mg in one day and you may need prilosec for stomach protection as ALL ANTI INFLAMMATORIES are difficult on the stomach. ***You can use Tylenol with Ibuprofen and Aspirin watch for daily maximums & don't exceed.

      2. Robaxacet is Tylenol (acetominophen) combined with methocarbonal (muscle relaxant)...this also comes with codeine on request from the pharmacist. This only relaxes any tight muscles around the pain and helps reduce some pain. You can use Robaxacet with Ibuprofen and Aspirin, BUT NOT Tylenol as it's already an ingredient in this pill.

      3. Robaxacyl is Aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid) combines with methocarbonal (muscle relaxant)...this has a blood thinning active ingredient and isn't ideal for anyone under age 16 years or complications with blood pressure, ailments, etc. This both takes down the inflammation as well as treats the pain.You can use Robaxacyl with Ibuprofen and Tylenol, BUT NOT Aspirin as it's already an ingredient in this pill.
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      4. Aleve is a Nonsteroidal Anti Inflammatory (Naproxen) which will helps reduce the inflammation, and as the inflammation decreases so does the pain; BUT you CANNOT mix this drug with any of the above mentioned safely.

      5. Dynamint has been used on horses legs for years, but it does an amazing job on sore muscles. It's ingredients are Peppermint Oil, Eucalyptus Oil , Tea Tree Oil and Calendula Oil.

      6. Deep Cold Gold is an alternative rub that works very well on tight aching back & low back tendons.

      It's serious as you well know from the pain. You will need to treat it with ICE for 20 minutes on and off every 2.5 hours in your butt cheek and the heart of the pain. You can put a heating pad on your low back afterwards.

      You will need to see your doctor if this progressively gets worse. You can request Flexerill (muscle relaxant) to relaxe the muscles from contracting around the pinched nerve. You may also require pain medicaiton depending on the severity.

      I do not find much comfort with the chiropractor but it doesn't hurt to check in with yours for normal maintenance and his opinion on sciatica so you can decide what road you want to take.

      Physio, Kinesiology, and Yoga are the best for treatment. I usually hit the hot tub and steam room at the pool and stretch in the warm environment.

      Lie on your back and pull your knee to your chest and hold for 20 secs. Do it to the other side too and repeat.

      Grab both knees to your chest and hold for 20 secs. Bring to the center, and gently rock to the left side and the right side still holding on to your knees for approximately 10 times and repeat. This relieves a lot of the discomfort.

      You can also learn to stretch and touch your toes lying on the floor with you bum. Stetch to your shin and hold 20 secs, stretch to your ankle and hold 20 secs, stretch to your arch and hold for 20 secs, and eventually you'll be able to hold the bottom of your feet.

      I find these exercises not only alleviate my suffering, but it prevents the re-occurrence. I know because as long as I do them I never even have an episode, but it takes a long time to heal the memory of back pain.

      Exercise
      http://www.healthyexerciseworld.com/lowe…
      http://www.medicinenet.com/sciatica/arti…

  10. QUESTION:
    I am 28 weeks pregnant and I have been having pain in my buttocks?
    I am 28 weeks pregnant and I have been having some really bad pain in my buttocks this never happen before I was pregnant. And it seems to get worse when I sit for a long period of time when ever I go to get up it takes me a minute to do so because it hurts so bad... Is this normal? If so dose anybody know what could help the pain
    Its not coming from the anal area it is more like my but bone...

    • ANSWER:
      I had this alot in the end of my pregnancy. chances are you are sitting in a different way now that you are bigger. you are putting more weight and pressure on an uncomfortable spot. try sitting on pillows or one of those inflatable rings. trust me, it REALLY helps. also, if you can't do that, try sitting farther forward...don't lean back and put the majority of your weight there. and try adjusting positions often to ease the pain. if these suggestions don't help, it is perfectly safe to take tylenol. good luck. :-)

  11. QUESTION:
    On Monday, I fell on my left side at a friend's house and now have lower back/buttocks pain. What can it be?
    Also, the pain has subsided gradually and only hurts when i am walking. I have applied ice packs and hot pads on the area, but the pain comes back after a while. HELP!

    • ANSWER:
      It may just be a deep tissue bruise. Unfortunately, there is nothing you can do for that other than just letting it heal on its own.

  12. QUESTION:
    Severe pain through buttocks and legs 15 weeks pregnant?
    I have severe pain that goes through my butt down to my thighs and it's so severe that I can find it hard to walk or even get up and stand. I have a tilted uterus and I know someone mentioned a sciatica nerve... Has anybody ever heard of this or experienced it at all? Any explanation?

    • ANSWER:
      Yup that sounds like classic sciatica. It's terribly painful and there's not much that can be done to relieve it. You can try laying down in different positions and seeing which is most comfortable. Try stretching your back out throughout the day and sway back and forth while standing to coax the weight off of your nerve.

  13. QUESTION:
    Cause of pain in the upper right hip above the buttocks in men?
    What causes a mild but sometimes severe pain in the upper side of the right-side buttocks in men?

    • ANSWER:
      We cannot diagnose your pain here:best is to see your Dr.
      Colors

  14. QUESTION:
    Can a bad cough tear a muscle in the buttocks, causing extreme pain when walking?
    I am now suffering for 12 days and can not believe that coughing has done such damage to my "tush". Will physical therapy help? I am 67 and in good health, until now, that is.

    • ANSWER:
      Coughing is not likely to cause you to tear a muscle in the buttocks, but it can cause a disruption of the lumbar intervertebral disc which can refer pain to the buttocks. Physical therapy is likely to be of benefit...I would recommend you see a PT who is certified in mechanical diagnosis and therapy. You can use the therapist locator at www.mckenziemdt.org

  15. QUESTION:
    Horrible lower back pain, radiates into buttocks?
    I'm only 20. I have not injured my back. I don't why this is happening. For the past week (keeps getting worse) I have this lower back pain that is now radiating into my buttocks and now getting into my legs right underneath my butt cheeks. Nothing helps. I try laying in different positions and it doesn't help. It is constant. I tried heat, stretching, cold packs nothing work. What do you think it could be?

    • ANSWER:
      You should see a doctor. Hope you have health insurance as not having it can cost an arm and leg these days.

  16. QUESTION:
    Sharp pain between testicles and buttocks?
    Below the "balls" area and below the buttocks area, right between my legs, I sometimes get a sharp pain and I have no idea what it means.

    I do masturbate but doesn't everyone?
    I haven't heard of other people having this condition.
    It probably happens once every other day and lasts for 1 second.

    I'm guessing it's nothing to worry about since it doesn't happen that often and lasts for such a short time.

    Does anyone know what it might be and what's causing it?

    Serious answers only or I will happily report you.

    • ANSWER:
      Possibly an inflamed prostate. See doctor...

  17. QUESTION:
    Lower back / Upper buttocks pain on side. Hurts to walk?
    I think I tweaked a muscle in my lower back on the left side above my hip, almost the top of my buttocks. When I bend down with my left leg extended is when I really feel it. The pain shoots down my whole leg. I also feel the pain when I put pressure on my left foot, giving me a slight limp. I was just wondering what muscle it is and how do I rehab it as quickly as possible.

    • ANSWER:

  18. QUESTION:
    Pain / ache in buttocks and thighs - have what seems like period, but could i be pregnant?
    I am really hoping I am pregnant. I got what seems like a normal period yesterday, around the right time it should have arrived. But today I have suddenly got a very uncomfortable pain / ache in both buttocks (kind of at the top, near my lower back) and down both thighs. This is not normal. Could I be pregnant even though I am having a bleed?

    • ANSWER:
      Most likely, no you're not pregnant. Lower back and buttock pain is normal during your periods and if you ARE having a period it's very rare to be pregnant. Good luck with getting pregnant in the future

  19. QUESTION:
    I am having pain in my right lower back originating from groove-like right side down to the buttocks?
    Facing this prblm for last 4 yrs since 2nd month of pregnancy, having severe pain only in right buttock & originating from the groove-like right side of lower back, it has nothing surely to do with the bones as I had an x-ray examined from an orthopaedic. It pains after 1-2 hrs of simple household chores / standing and does not settle unless i take a long rest/ sleep for 7-8 hrs, sometimes affects some right thigh muscles or don't know what, which get stuck while walking and causes pain. I am confused 2 what it is, is it neurological or neuromuscular or sciatica or something else? I have been trying palsinuron tablets since last 2 months which gives some relief, yet no complete relief, the severe pain recurs after much physical stress...

    • ANSWER:
      You should go to the next step and get an MRI as an Xray might not see the issue. You should talk to your doctor about taking Vicodin which will more than likely help you with the pain untill they can figure out what is causing it.

      TS

  20. QUESTION:
    i have painfull bumps in my buttocks where my feaces come out from. Its soo painfull am on constant pain kille?
    I am 29 years, male , i noticed very pain full bump in my buttocks where the excreta comes out. i have taken lots of pain killers and antibiotics and still the pain still do not go. Its being two week now what should i do?

    • ANSWER:
      it is infection caused by bacteria or proto zoan .it is best to see your doctor for a possible swab to detect the specific organism and to know what is the appropriate antibiotic .

  21. QUESTION:
    what causes leg pain and cramps in the buttocks?
    i have been haven leg pains and cramping in the lower buttocks what causes this?

    • ANSWER:
      Muscle spasm, or muscle soreness causesd by lactic acid produced from exercise.

      If sedentary, then spasm or pulling or muscles are from disuse. That covers both activity and inactivity.

      A warm bath helps, or muscle relaxants if these are prolonged and serious, for about 2 weeks. No more pills than that.

  22. QUESTION:
    The pain starts from the calf muscle and kind of connects to the buttocks muscle. Strange thing is that I foun
    The pain starts from the calf muscle and kind of connects to the buttocks muscle. Strange thing is that I found a muscle knot on my lower right leg almost behind the knee.

    • ANSWER:
      Yeah I've had that before too. Go to a misuse to rub that out for you. It's just b/c that muscle is tight and pulling on your whole back leg. If you don't have time to do that, try to put a cold pack on it and then a heating pad, hopefully that will help loosen it up a bit.

  23. QUESTION:
    Is pressure and pain in the buttocks and thighs normal at 34 weeks of pregnancy?
    I am 34 weeks pregnant and I have to sleep with a memory foam pillow under my buttocks at night. I toss and turn and have such soreness in my butt and thighs. It hurts to get out of bed in the morning and to walk around. Is this normal??? What could be causing this? This is my second pregnancy and I never had this with my first child!

    • ANSWER:
      Yes. It is your body getting ready for the next part. Your could be getting ready to drop. Watch out for your mucus plug. And talk to your doctor. You may go into labor early.

  24. QUESTION:
    When getting a back rub, the lower part of my back right above the buttocks has a sharp pain that hits me hard?
    this pain puts me in the floor. What could cause this?

    • ANSWER:
      It is always a bit creepy, I know, but it helps to answer questions when I have a general idea how old someone is. Here is my 2 cents. I am female, late 30s. I hurt there too. I think it is just a place where, as we age, we can hold pain. It is probably more nerve than muscle. I would just ask that that area not be rubbed.

  25. QUESTION:
    Pain my buttocks what is it?
    Ok I have a sharp pain in the middle of my buttocks my right cheek. It feels like a tightly knotted muscle like you would get in your back. It has gotten worse over today and started yesterday. I tried taking a bath, massaging it. When I move around or walk it feels like its pulling my leg muscles up with it and a little tingling and numbness. I take a certain kind of medication for bipolar disorder 150 mg lamictal, 50mg seroquel, 10mg lexapro. It hurts the most to sit back down again. I do not do alot of moving around or exercise during the day either. I am a stay at home housewife so I don't know what could be the cause. It is really starting to annoy me and scare me a little. Any suggestions besides going to my doctors which I plan to do if this persists. Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      Dont worry, Sounds like a nerve impingement to me (sciatica, impingement in the hip joint area) - any shooting pain relates usually to a trapped nerve that is being squeezed by some inflammation in the joint. so head off to the pharmacy and ask for a muscle relaxant- voltaren etc. that should allow the swelling to go down and the trapped nerve to be set free...unfortunately once you have a weak spot though it tends to come back occassionally when under stress. so just take it easy and avoid any movements that put punishment on that area. when the pain subsides, try doing some light walking aroundthe block etc just to get your blood circulation going. good luck!

  26. QUESTION:
    I have pain in the buttocks area?
    I have pain in the rear, my upper area on each side of the bone area not the bone, does feel like it. It has been aching for a while maybe 2-3 months. When getting up I feel the pain or when I tighten my butt it hurts. I sit at my computer a lot.

    • ANSWER:
      Sounds like sciatica.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sciatica

  27. QUESTION:
    What causes pain in the lower back, buttocks and legs?
    My pain is more severe right after I get out of bed in the morning.

    • ANSWER:
      It also happens to me a lot as well. It happens to me because my bed isn't good at all. I feel tired when I wake in the morning and feel pain in my back neck because of pillow, in back and as well as shoulders because of mistress. Also, try to sit straight which will make your back bone better. Do also exercises, unless we hurt our bones without having enough muscles.

      Still, have pain, then surely tell your doctor..............

  28. QUESTION:
    question about my buttocks itching and pain?
    my buttocks and anus itched for a while but now they have a sharp stabbing pain when i clench or sit down wrong, the pain is also made worse by alot of wiping after using the bathroom

    • ANSWER:

  29. QUESTION:
    My friend is morbidly obese - she has pain in her buttocks when she walks? ?
    I know she is trying to lose weight but she complains of excruitiating pain in the middle of her buttocks when she walks- is there a product I can get her that will help her exercise without this pain?

    • ANSWER:
      Ask her to see a Doctor first . She should make sure she is able to do the exercises at her size.

  30. QUESTION:
    Dull pressure, not really pain, in the left buttocks?
    I am a teenage male who exercises frequently. I find it uncomfortable to sit down on a couch or ride a bike because of this dull pressure type thing in the pelvis area, close to the buttocks. Any suggestions? Maybe I should just use a machine that strengthens that muscle at my local gym? What are your thoughts on the matter?

    • ANSWER:
      Tight muscles in your lower back will press onto the nerves going to your legs to cause pains in them. That includes the sciatic nerve. To get rid of the pains you have to free up your back muscles to get the pressure off the nerves going to your legs and here's how to do that:
      Back:
      (do from a sitting position)
      Place your left hand on your left leg next to your body. Place your right hand over your left shoulder, fingers over the back and the palm in the front and firmly pull down on them and hold. After 30 seconds slowly lower your body forward and to the outside of your left leg, keeping your left arm fairly straight as you do. When you reach your lap remain there for another 10 seconds, release the pressure but rest there for another 30 seconds. Then reverse your hand positions and do your right side.
      For best results relax your body first by taking a deep breath and exhaling then remain this relaxed.

  31. QUESTION:
    I am getting a massage on March 26, and I have been getting a lot of pain in my buttocks. Is it ok if I ask?
    my massage therapist to massage my buttock? Is this normal?

    • ANSWER:
      Lower back and glute massage are normal parts of massage. Tell your massage therapist where the pain is so s/he knows what areas of your body need extra attention.

  32. QUESTION:
    lower abdomen and buttocks pain?
    lately i have been having very sharp pains in my lower abdomen...pelvis and buttocks area..the pain is terrible...it hurts like hell...it isnt cramps...so wat could this be...?

    • ANSWER:
      it sounds like a pulled groin muscle. It might be embarrassing but tell your mother.It is better to get it checked out before it gets worst. Hope you feel better. Tell someone!

  33. QUESTION:
    Lower Buttocks/ hip pain?
    I am 17 Years old. I was skating one day and accidentally feel right on my tail bone on the concreat. Ever since that day I have had lower buttocks pain and horrible hip pain. I have it on both sides. Pain occurs when sitting for long periods of time and walking sometimes. Sometimes one side more than others. My doctor said I had to build up my core muscles and it'd go away. I have been in theraphy for 6 weeks now and no relief. Could this be nerve pain? Or something else? Please help!

    • ANSWER:

  34. QUESTION:
    Almost 6months pregnant with pain in right buttocks?
    Think it's probably sciatica? Any tips on relief?

    • ANSWER:
      Oh I feel your pain... Mine is like a really big charlie horse in my butt cheek and hurts so bad I can't do anything but laugh or cry. Mine happened mostly at night when I sleep on my side, but it doesn't necessarily happen on the side I'm laying on. My doctor told me that it's 'probably' nerve pain (I hate the answers that begin with probably) and I've found that it helps a lot to put the extra pillow between my knees. Also I've learned it doesn't happen if I'm sleeping on a firmer surface. Our bed is really squishy and not very supportive. I've traded it many nights for the couch and have slept pain free. That being said, it has happened a few times during the day. Especially if I've had to sit for extended period of time. Haven't found the magic cure for that yet.

  35. QUESTION:
    Welts on right buttocks with severe pain down right leg.?
    I have about 5 welts on my right buttock and have siatica like pain running down my right leg. I woke up with this Saturday morning and still have it. Its okay during the day when I am moving around, but, as soon as I go to bed the pain gets really bad and I have a hard time sleeping. The pain is like a severe ache that goes all the way down to my foot.

    Any ideas.

    • ANSWER:
      a little kinky are we???

  36. QUESTION:
    Buttocks pain = Back Pain?
    For the past month, my right buttocks cheek has been sore (it feels like a pulled muscle). But lately, in addition to the right butt cheeck pain, my spine/back on the lower right side hurts a lot as well. A friend of mine says it could be a tight hamstring, but others have said it could be some serious back deterioration. Anyone experience this?

    • ANSWER:
      I would see my doctor. I have osteo-arthritis in the severe degenerative stages, it's the same feeling you get, the sciatic nerve and the back. Mine is a lot worse. The doctor can take X-Rays and see what the problem is if any.
      If you have anything showing up, he'll order MRI's and go from there. It could be anything at all with all the problems the spine can bring, I know.
      A blown disc, an herniated disc, a vertebrae that's stenosis or a bulging disc. A number of things.

  37. QUESTION:
    Can a pinched nerve in the neck cause random pain spasms in the back, hip, and buttocks?
    I'm trying to figure out the cause (and solution) to random pain spasms in my back and hips. It's been going on for two years. It started in my back and I couldn't sleep. Then it went to my hips and it's circling my hips. The pain will last for months, then I will feel fine for a few months, then it will be in a different spot for a few months.

    • ANSWER:
      seems a pinched nerve would affect the central nervous system which would affect a lot of other parts of the body, so my answer is yes, this link might help http://symptoms.webmd.com/

  38. QUESTION:
    I get a strong pain down the crack of my buttocks it stays for about a minute then goes away?
    The pain is from the beginning of my crack all the way down to buttocks. It barely happens but I am worried about what it could be. I am 19 weeks pregnant and it has happened about three times since my pregnancy, but it happened before I was ever pregnant also. Does anyone know what this could be?
    Gas pains? Something wrong?
    I never fell down, or hurt myself for this pain to be there.
    I also said that I had this pain before I was pregnant. Ive never been pregnant before.

    • ANSWER:
      It could be because of gas or it could be due to colic. To try out some home remedies you can look for information and visit sites in the web that provide you with necessary details. I found this website very useful. http://aches.in/cramps.html

  39. QUESTION:
    Chair To Prevent Buttocks Pain?
    I sit for about 8 hours in my work. Needless to say, I developed low back pain and buttocks pain but it's the buttocks pain (pain in the area where the bones touch the chair) that kills me more. Any suggestions? I asked this before and one of the answers was to buy a saddle chair. Any comments or suggestions? I don't want to be spending much coz I spent already on 2 chairs recommended that did not solve the problem (expensive chairs, and am in the process of selling them). I wish someone with the same problem would suggest anything. Work becomes hell because of the pain. I'm young, in my early 30's, and had undergo tests to see if there's something wrong and thank God everything was negative. I'm not even overweight. So I guess it's the ergonomics. Been there, heard and read that, but I guess i'm looking for someone who has the same experience and was able to go over it by using a specific chair. Hope that someone is reading this now. Thank you in advance.

    • ANSWER:
      Are you sure it is not your back, do your legs hurt if so you need to see a neurologist. If not see one anyway, have a M.R.I. run on your lower back and legs. But remember you will need a Doctor to refer you. Unless your have very good insurance.

  40. QUESTION:
    When I bend over I get severe pain in my right Buttocks.?
    When I bend over I get severe pain in my right buttocks. It really doesn't affect my back, it's just my right butt cheek. It feels like I pulled something. but it just came all of a sudden. It makes me walk with a limp. I thought it was sciatica, but my lower back don't hurt. Anyone have a idea what it is? Its fine when I sit down or lay down, but when I start walking it feels like it cramps up.

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  41. QUESTION:
    What is the cause of the Shooting Pain in my Buttocks?
    My story of the 1st effects of buttock pain started when i was in college in 1999. It has been 10 years now that my pain has remained constant, if not worse, despite all medications, tests, exercises. It starts at the start of the buttocks, just where the back ends. It is like a pricking sensation when i walk. I cannot even take a step, as the shooting pain pricks the buttocks with every step. Even sleeping is painful, as the legs need a footrest all the time. It worsens if i lift the foot up from the ground, as if some nerve is being pulled or getting damaged. From the internet, i think it sounds like "Sciatica Pain".
    If anyone is suffering similar pains, do write in to me at mailme.details@rediffmail.com

    • ANSWER:
      That sounds very much like the muscles that are along your spine at the end of your tailbone. Here is a release that can be used in about 4 places on the buttocks area going all the way to the end of your tailbone. Very nice results indeed. Here is the way to release them:
      For lower back, on the buttocks:
      Put both hands behind your back and place them on the muscles alongside your spine and press on them and hold. Now relax, take a deep breath and exhale and don’t tense up any part of your body. When the release starts to happen, slowly lower yourself forward as far as you can go. Then release the pressure but hold your body there for one minute longer.

  42. QUESTION:
    Woke up with hip/buttocks pain?
    I am 29 yrs old & have not been to the doctors for this but I am waking up with hip/buttocks pain in my right side. It's feels like the after shocks of a charlie horse, a bad soreness & when I move a certain way it gets stronger like a cramp might be coming on again. It's coming from pretty deep because I could not get to the spot by just rubbing it. It happens in my upper buttocks/lower hip. It seems like where my leg would join my hip maybe a tad higher and it's located in the back but out to almost the side. I am hoping someone has heard of these symptoms or could give me an idea on what it could be. Thanks

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  43. QUESTION:
    Pain above buttocks and bleeding from anus?
    My boyfriend had been having pains on his lower back/ above buttocks a few months ago. We didn't know what it was. He would exercise and lift weights. Then a few weeks ago he would bleed from his anus every other day or so. The Day before yesterday he bled, and today he bled but not so much. Please no stupid comments. Doctors/nurses/ or any other people who know of this... what do you think it could be?
    it doesn't hurt him when he goes to the restroom. its not an external thing either like cysts.. or skin infections

    • ANSWER:
      He needs to be diagnosed by medical professionals ASAP. It could be something simple, like hemorrhoids, or it could be cancer. Colon cancer kills people quickly for the simple fact that people are too embarrassed to go to the doctor when the problem is with their rectum.

      Get him to the doctor right away.

  44. QUESTION:
    lower back pain just above the buttocks on the right side?
    Had a prier injury years ago and also had a compressed fracture in my spine from hyper extending it by missing two last steps on stairs. Now I cannot walk without this pinching there and its very painful when sitting as well.
    the injury was due to a 200 pound metal corner hit me on my right lower back above the buttocks where i have a scar.. no pain till now.

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  45. QUESTION:
    pain in buttocks since morning 8 weeks pregnant. is this normal?
    i saw my fetus at 7 weeks 1 day.my doctor said that everything is fine and i should contact her only if there is heavy bleeding or pain that causes doubling over.from today morning, i feel a pain in my buttock area...on 2 sides sharp , like a nerve pain.i read somethings online and they are scary coz they speak abt it as a sign of m/c. is this pain normal.did anyone experience this sort of pain.should i be concerned?

    • ANSWER:
      i have never heard of this being a sign of miscarriage but i do know the pregnancy cases ache and pains everywhere i have never had the same pain but i have had strange pains all over i've had stabbing pains in my boobs and an ache in my foot if that no one has any idea what it is.. i wouldn't worry if you were having a misscarriage you would know about it. you would be in alot of pain in your tummy area and you would be bleeding.. but if your worried make an appointment your doctor can not tell you that she wont see you.. i know i have lived at the doctor since i have been pregnant this is my first baby and pregnancy is scary when you have no idea what is normal and what isn't..
      the doctor does give me the are you here again look every time i go but i would rather be safe then sorry lol..

  46. QUESTION:
    10 weeks pregnant pain in ovaries buttocks & thighs?
    I am 10 weeks pregnant and when I got up today I was in a lot of pain in my ovaries, buttocks and thighs. The pain is not too bad when I lie down but when i first stand up i am in lots of pain. I have not had a scan yet so I am worried. Phoned midwife she says to take painkillers and to watch the pain. Is this normal I have had babies before and never had this pain. Could it be a cyst or would a cyst be painful even when I lie down??? Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      ive had two pregnancies and i have never felt that time of pain either....i first thought possibly an eptopic pregnancy....but as far as i know it would have been painful earlier than 10 weeks around 6 i think is the norm and the pain does not stop....just relax and try to make yourself as comfortable as possible....and get to your ob/gyno as soon as you can.....

  47. QUESTION:
    what can cause this chronic right side pelvic/ buttocks pain?
    I have right side pelvic pain ...goes into my buttocks/ back and sometimes right side abs. I have had a cat scan on my abdomen and an X ray. My doctor says the last thing she can think of is a compressed disc, and asked for me to do an MRI (which is 500 dollars). When I work out abs it is horrible the next day. Its chronic and has just been there for like 2 years now. Kinda just a dull ache that gets worse if i lean backwards. Any suggestions?

    • ANSWER:
      No more ab work and dont bend back.

  48. QUESTION:
    buttocks and thigh pain all night long in 3rd trimester?
    any ladies have this? been going on for 6 weeks now (33 weeks preg) bot sleeping at all due to pain.

    told my midwife this week and she said she normally sends woman for physio for this but bc i only have 7 weeks to go there is no need. i feel the need though as 7 more weeks with no sleep is not looking good.

    im so tired and not getting day time nap either due to soon as lay down the legs start again.

    • ANSWER:
      Sounds like Pubic Synthesis you should see another midwife or doctor to get physio.
      My wife did at 36 weeks , you can get a support belt from mothercare.

      Good Luck.

  49. QUESTION:
    I am having severe pain in my buttocks, mostly left side. I am 31 weeks pregnant, is this normal?
    I am 31 weeks along, and for the last week I have had severe pain in my left rump. It has been hurting to walk and even to move around, sitting down is miserable! But I do.Sleeping at night is not much better due to the fact that I toss and turn all night!
    Is this a normal symptom of pregnancy?

    Thanks in advance!
    Does this mean I am closer to delivery? Or not?
    If I have this pain.....
    Also my left foot is going numb...Isn't that weird!

    • ANSWER:
      It is ABSOLUTELY normal. It is your hips starting to stretch and expand, preparing for the birth of the baby. But as always, if it is something you are very concerned about, talk to your doctor just to alleviate your fears. But I had those pains, and every woman I've ever talked to about being pregnant has had those pains.

      EDIT
      Since your left leg is going numb, I'm more inclined to believe it IS your sciatic nerve. A good way I found to alleviate the pain and numbness is to spend as little time on my back as possible. I would "lay" on the floor or my bed in the doggie position (I needed support for my ample baby belly, so you might want to have lots of pillows nearby) for a few minutes (or until my knees hurt too much), and then I would lay down on the couch or my bed on my side, rather than propped up on my back. It should help to alleviate most, if not all, of the sciatic symptoms.

  50. QUESTION:
    Hips, buttocks, and lower back in pain after childbirth (epidural?)?
    I had a baby ten days ago and my hips, lower back and buttocks are killing me. I have heaviness and tingling that goes down one leg and into my foot and toes (they itch sometimes when its happening) Its uncomfortable to sit or stand. I can only lay on my side. I also have pain in my upper back and numb spasms that come and go. Anyone had this before, is it from my epidural? Does it go away? Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      my entire pregnancy, everyone told me not to get an epidural bc it will cause me back problems for years to come...during labor i passed out and woke up with a mask on...i freaked out cuz i didnt know what happened! they had given me an epidural even though i asked not to have one...3 1/2 years later, i am still having back and hip problems...good luck to u..the only thing that i suggest is walk a lot and use heat pads...they are the only thing that seem to help me!


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