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Having severe stabbing pain in buttocks. How to get relief?

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severe stabbing pain in right buttocks. also big big black and blue XXXXXXX can barely walk. Feels swollen when i sit, pain is worst when sitting directly on it. had for several days. had some trigger point injections to relieve the pain but it has been getting worse
Posted Sun, 18 Nov 2012 in Bones, Muscles and Joints
Answered by Dr. Rahul D Chaudhari 2 hours later

Thanks for the query.

I would like to know more information about the pain.
- How the pain started? Was there any injury to the part?
When did you notice the mark?

Your description suggests a haematoma collection under the subcutaneous tissue. Traumatic Muscle spasm and sometimes the hip joint or nerve compression in spine can give rise to similar pain. X-ray of the hip and lumbar spine can be useful. You may consult an orthopedic nearby and get the X-rays done.

Meantime you can start anti inflammatory with muscle relaxant and local antiinflammatory application at pain site.

Please get back with more information.

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