What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Ischiogluteal Bursitis?

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Ischiogluteal bursitis is a common disease that occurs mostly in middle-age and elderly people who are physically weak and sedentary. The disease refers to damage or local inflammation to the bursa between the hamstring tendon and the pelvic bone. Ischiogluteal bursitis may result from prolonged pressure, repetitive actions or excessive force during activities such as sitting, running, kicking, climbing and jumping. Signs and symptoms of ischiogluteal bursitis may vary from person to person, including: Ÿ   Radiating pain running down the posterior thigh Ÿ   Pain or ache in lower buttock area Ÿ   Stiffness in lower buttock area Ÿ   Sensation of leg weakness Please consult your doctor to provide adequate diagnosis of any signs or symptoms and to determine whether they are indeed ischiogluteal bursitis symptoms.   Keyword: ischiogluteal bursitis signs and symptoms.