Pain In The Anus That Doesn’t Go Away?
, I’m beautiful, I want to ask about the pain that my mother who is almost 56 years old feels..rnThe pain in the right side of the buttocks has been almost 1 month, my mother has felt the pain, from night to morning the pain is so severe but during the day the day doesn’t hurt so muchrnI’ve been to the doctor for 3x treatment, I’ve been injected 3x and I’ve taken medicine but the pain doesn’t go awayrnIs there a pinched nerve in my mother’s right buttocks?? Does my mother have gout?? And my toes feel tingling..rnAnd please give me a solution..rnBecause I really need information about my mother’s illnessrnThank you very much..
Buttock pain may be caused by a pinched nerve. The disorder is called sciatica, which is clamping of the sciatic nerve causing pain that radiates from the buttocks to the soles of the feet. There are other possible causes, namely:
muscle injury or cramps in the muscles of the buttocks hernia nucleus pulposus, which is a pinched nerve due to protrusion of the spine, spinal injury, but the symptoms can be more severe, for example, difficulty moving, making it difficult to control urination and defecation. High uric acid in the blood can cause joint disorders, for example joints in the area fingers and toes (eg thumb), knees, ankles and elbows. The joint is painful, looks swollen and red and feels warm.
Assessment of the cause of your mother's complaint can only be ascertained through a more targeted examination, namely through a question and answer of symptoms and a physical examination related to the complaint. Supportive examinations such as blood tests, X-rays and MRI may be recommended by the doctor depending on the results of the examination. We recommend that you visit a neurologist so that he can be examined and receive appropriate treatment.
I hope this helps,