Causes And Solutions For Pain In The Right Buttocks?
, I want to ask, why has it been 4 days that my right buttock hurts / hurts so much, I happen to be 3 months pregnant, maybe it’s a disease or what, what’s the medicine? Thank you.
Hello, thanks for your question.
The symptoms you experience, namely pain in the right buttocks during pregnancy may be caused by sciatic pain. Pain occurs along the path of the pelvic nerve or sciatic nerve. Sciatica pain occurs when the nerve is pinched or there is another problem pressing on the nerve. Pain that occurs can be mild to severe. Pain can also radiate from the buttocks to the legs.
Sciatica pain generally occurs in the third trimester of pregnancy. Pain that appears in the earlier trimester can occur, but cases are less common. Generally, compression or pinching of the sciatic nerve in pregnancy occurs due to an enlarged uterus, increased fluid retention, and incorrect body position due to an enlarged abdomen. Hormonal influences, namely the hormone relaxin can also cause pain, because this hormone relaxes the ligaments and joints around the hips which also facilitates the birth of the baby.
If the pain persists and interferes with daily activities, of course, it requires a doctor's examination directly to determine the cause and proper treatment. If necessary, treatment can be done to reduce pain with painkillers, for example paracetamol.
To temporarily reduce pain, the following suggestions may help:
Sleep on your left side, then place a pillow between your legs. Not quickly gain weight. Do stretching, yoga or light exercise such as swimming. Apply a warm compress to the painful area. Here's an article that fits the topic of your question at https://www.HealthReplies.com/skiatika
That's the information I can give, hopefully it's useful.