What Are the Symptoms of Sciatic Pain in Your Buttocks?

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I have Famial spastic paraparesis, the past couple of months I have had Severe pain in my right side of my butt & thigh. Is this related to the Spastic Paraparesis? I have also had diarrhea for 3 days now. I am usually constipated.  Should I be concerned about all of this. I have gone to the ER about a week ago, there wasn't much they could do for me. They never checked for sciatic nerve problems.
Symptoms depend on the type of HSP inherited. The main feature of the disease is progressive spasticity in the lower limbs due to pyramidal tract dysfunction. This also results in brisk reflexes, extensor plantar reflexes, muscle weakness, and variable bladder disturbances. Furthermore, among the core symptoms of HSP are also included abnormal gait and difficulty in walking, decreased vibratory sense at the ankles, and paresthesia. Individuals with HSP can experience extreme fatigue associated with central nervous system and neuromuscular disorders, which can be disabling. Initial symptoms are typically difficulty with balance, stubbing the toe or stumbling. Symptoms of HSP may begin at any age, from infancy to older than 60 years. If symptoms begin during the teenage years or later, then spastic gait disturbance usually progresses over many years. Canes, walkers, and wheelchairs may eventually be required, although some people never require assistance devices. Disability has been described as progressing more rapidly in adult onset forms.
HSP don't cause pain very much, I think you should see a neurologist. I think diarrhea and constipation have nothing to do with this pain.
please spell out hsp. leaky viens?
It's Hereditary Spastic Paraparesis.
Many years ago I plunked myself down in the backseat of our car right on top of the seat belt buckle. It hit my sciatic nerve in my right buttock like a sledge hammer. Ever since that day I suffer pain from it being on the back burner of my consciousness to out and out raging sharp pain. When I stand too long it starts to hurt like a dull proceeding to a sharp pain if I don't get off my feet. I have to change position in bed to keep it from hurting all the way down to my heel. It's hard to find a way to sit that doesn't end up with pain in the rump. I have found relief from using CBD cream made by my husband.
My pain in my butt is deep and what I think is near the femur head. It burns so bad that I have difficulty walking at times and I cannot sleep on that side due to the pain intensifies.  Also, Have the same kind of burning pain, again with no radiation in my left deltoid.
According to your description of the symptoms, the possibility of hip bursitis could not be excluded. I think a MRI scan is very essential.
Hi umm I'm 14 and I don't know if it is normal but I have a huge bump or lump in the upper part of my crack and it is painful I can't sit down I can't stand I can't lay down it's like when you have a bruise if you touch it it hurts well mine is if you touch and or squeeze it which is why my difficulties in sitting and standing is hard because when I sit I'm squeezing it when I stand I'm kinda opening it and well I just wanna know if you guys know how to get rid of this pain I haven't told my mom or dad because I know that they are gonna check it and then they're gonna take me to the doctor and he is also gonna check it and if it worse more people are gonna check it and I have been very uncomfortable with that.
You definitely need a surgery. Although at present it is unknown with regard to the nature of the crack lump, it is most likely to be a teratoma or spinal bifida occulta. You gotta see a neurosurgeon and have a MRI scan.
Thank you for responding
Umm hey again it popped and a lot of blood came out I still haven't told my parents but good news is it doesn't hurt anymore and the bump is a bit smaller but bad news it still bleeds like if it was a nosebleed
Umm, go tell your parents. You need the surgery sooner or later. Why not get rid of it earlier? At the very least you should get a CT/MRI scan to have an idea of what it is so that you can schedule things appropriately.
You might have a   pilonidal cyst. I had one from the time I was 19 till I had it removed at 57! it was very painful and only get worse over time. Please don't wait as long as I did I suffered with this condition most of my life. It limited everything I wanted to do and I suffered.