Pain In The Buttocks Muscles Accompanied By Fever?
Good night, r n r nDo my butt muscle pain cause high fever?
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Pain in the buttocks area there may be many causes. If these complaints occur together with fever, this condition may be related to infections, such as prostitis (infection of the rectum), kidney infection (pyelonephritis), urinary tract infections, sexually transmitted infections, anal abscesses, or other infections. It is not exactly true that this pain causes fever. However, pain in the buttocks can occur together with fever due to the same cause.
In addition to infection, pain in the buttocks and fever can also occur due to other causes, namely:
Other causes of pain in the buttocks: nerve clamps, constipation, hemorrhoids, anal fissures, anal fistulas, injuries, malignancy around the buttocks, inflammation of the intestine Other causes of fever: post immunization, excessive heat exposure, side effects of drugs, malignancies, immune disorders, etc. You can go directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine to determine the cause of pain in your buttocks and fever. Some additional examinations, such as laboratories, x-rays, ultrasound, endoscopy, and so on can also be done by a doctor. Through this method, your complaints can be handled optimally so that you can get back to your usual activities.
In the meantime, you can first do the initial handling steps as follows:
Compress painful buttocks with warm water Take paracetamol medication to help relieve pain and fever Use comfortable pants and cushion to drink more water Drink better cleanliness of the buttocks area Eat better nutritious food so that the immune system is more awake Diligent sports Hope it helps yes ..