Buttocks Feel Painful When Defecating?
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Pain in the buttocks, which is felt especially when sitting, lying down, and also defecating to the back and legs may indicate a pinched spinal cord. In fact, most often this condition occurs in nerve fibers at the lumbar level (lower back). However, it is also possible for this condition to occur in the buttocks area (sacrum or coccyx). The cause can be due to injuries, degenerative diseases, tumors or infections around the spine, and many other possibilities. In some cases, these nerve tongs, in addition to causing sensational disorders such as pain or tingling, also cause motor disturbances, such as weakness, weakness, and even paralysis.
Aside from the nerve pinch, you may also experience pain around your buttocks due to other triggers, such as hemorrhoids, anal fissures, proctitis, anal abscesses, anal cancer, genital herpes, rheumatoid arthritis, stones or urinary tract infections, and so on. This condition, if it feels very limiting activities, should not be left alone. Go to a doctor or a neurologist for further treatment, so that your condition does not worsen or recur. Follow-up examinations, for example X-rays, ultrasound, endoscopy, CT scans, MRI, etc. may also be recommended by your doctor if deemed necessary.
In the meantime, for complaints to improve, you can try this trick first:
Eat pain relievers, such as paracetamol Avoid constipation, by increasing drinking, eating more fruits and vegetables, and do not resist the urge to defecate. Do not sit too much, lift heavy weights, run around excessively, or also push excessively Maintain ideal body weight, do not be overweight Do not carelessly take other drugs without a doctor's prescription. Hope it helps ..