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buttock pain that radiates to my thigh and calf

guzmangguzman Posts: 1
edited 12/16/2014 - 9:08 PM in New Member Introductions
My name is George, I'm 36 and I have pain in my right buttock, it starts when I sit, or it can also happen if I'm standing still for a long time, the pain starts moving down to my thigh and it can go all the way down to my calf, I have noticed that if go to sleep on my right side the pain can get worse and I can get tingling sensation on my toes, I had by lateral inguinal hernia surgery more than a year ago, the hernia on the right side came back out, I have mesh on both sides, I'm starting to think that now that the right hernia is back out, that it may be putting pressure on a nerve and its creating this problem, I had an X ray to check my hip and an mri scan to check lumbar area and both came back ok.


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