Pain In The Pelvis, Buttocks, And Thighs.?
Hello doctor. I am 20 years old, since the beginning of this year I have had a backache. Sometimes the pain comes and goes away. Just 2 days I took medicine from a pharmacy and his back pain subsided. But when I sat down, it felt like my buttocks and thighs were very painful. Not just sitting, but standing too. It feels very sick. Why is that? Is there a traditional treatment? Thank you doctor.
Pain in the buttocks and upper thighs can be caused by many causes. Muscle spasms can occur due to excessive activity carried out before. The pain can also arise due to irritation of the sciatic nerve found around the pelvis, buttocks, to the lower limbs. Pain can occur if there is a pin on the nerve. The symptoms felt are as follows:
Pain in the buttocks that can spread to the pelvis, upper thighs, even to the legs. The pain varies from prickling, shock, tingling, etc.
The pain that arises when sitting long, when walking, when coughing, when lifting things
Numbness in the legs
The diagnosis of sciatica is made after the patient has a physical examination by a doctor as well as supporting examinations such as bone x-rays, MRI, electromyography. Most sciatica can recover within 6 weeks. Patients can take pain relievers, apply warm or cold compresses. The doctor can give anti-inflammatory, otos pelemas, or more invasive measures such as steroid injections and surgery to treat the symptoms of sciatica. Prevention so that the pain does not gain weight can be done by avoiding heavy lifting or excessive activity using the lower limbs, maintaining posture when sitting or standing, using a harder sleeping pad (not slipping down), doing gymnastics or light body stretches, physiotherapy. Thus the explanation from me, may be useful