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Buttocks pain, pulsating sensation, large mass in ovary, cancer causing risk. What can be done?

i started having pain on lower side of right buttock about 2 wks ago. It is very uncomfortable to walk, sit. It feels like when u sit on a hard surface for a long period of time.. At times it throbs/pulsates and VERY painful, then just a constant uncomfortable pain. When I try to find the area that the pain is in, all I feel is the bone. It is hard to pinpoint exactly where it is.. I just need to see if I can get some answers or possiblities of what it might be... as a footnote, last August, they found a large mass in my left ovary, It was high risk of being cancerous at that time. When they removed it, I had abnormal cells, on the border.. the biopsy showed no cancer thank goodness...
I do work 5 days a wk. standing and walking.... if you can help, i would appreciate it. thank you.
Asked On : Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Helo linda hope you are fine linda it seems to be some abscess in ur buttock but concealed since u say its too painfull...take antibiotics after consultation ..take hot fomentation try to give rest to ur body too ,,fet done your x.ray and serum calcium levels ,,,stay blessed
Answered: Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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