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Muscular pain in the buttocks at the beginning and end of each day, pain radiates to thigh, arms causing cramps. What is the cause?

at the beginning and end of each day i get muscular pains that start in the right buttock. then the ache travels down to the thigh to the calf . It can also travel up into the right side affecting the shoulder and arm . Sometimes the left leg aches too. there has been a lot of cramp in the thigh. sometimes at night i cannot sleep because of the discomfort. in the morning i feel very stiff, but as i get up and move around the aches go.
Asked On : Thu, 10 May 2012
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Orthopaedic Surgeon, Joint Replacement 's  Response
These symptoms are suggesting that you may be having a disc prolapse. I would recommend you to get MRI of the spine to see if there is a disc protrusion and if yes then how much . According to that you can plan . If it is in early stage then treatment will be physiotherapy and muscle relaxant and Pregabalin and Methylcobal.If it is in late stages then surgery is needed. Till that time, avoid bending forward and weight lifting.
Answered: Thu, 27 Mar 2014
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