What Causes Muscle Spasms In The Buttocks?
Antidepressants and NSAID may be necessary to be used.
Hello and thanks for being on HCM.
I have read your question and understand your concerns.
It is necessary first to understand if the pain is primary ( or related directly to the MS ), or secondary ( musculoskeletal pain ) due to poor posture and balance, spasticity, etc.
A thorough examination by your Doctor is necessary for this purpose.
If the pain is found to be primary ( or directly related to MS ) tricyclic antidepressants drugs ( amitryptilin for example ) are the first choice.
Anticonvulsants such gabapentin, carbamazepine etc. may be used also.
If the pain is found to be musculoskeletal, NSAID drugs and other analgesics may be used ( diclofenac, ibuprofen, ketoprofene, tramadol, etc.).
Hope you found the answer helpful.
Thank you for any help you can give me! XXXXXXX
Botox injections may work for muscles tightness.
Okay then, if you used in the past these drugs with no improvement and significant adverse effects, Botox injections may be tried for muscles tightness.
Discuss with your Doctor about these issues.
Hope I helped you.
You are welcome.
Okay, let me know if I can assist you further.
Botox target in your case is the musculature that is not intended to control your bowel and bladder function.
These functions are controlled by deep muscles of the pelvic floor.
Hope this helps.