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Depression in the middle of my right buttock

I am a 36year old woman that has always been physically active but in the last month had a lot of cardio and weight training done, everything was great until I noticed a small depression in the middle of my right buttock. One week later it went deeper and I started having cramps on my right leg and a sharp pain going from the middle of my buttock to my right feet!
I looked online but didn't find anything about "hole" in the middle of my buttock!
When I press the area it hurts way too much and pressing it also sends the pain down my leg!
I saw the piriformis syndrome but not even one case I have read that they also have a depression on the buttock.
I went to the ortho (I live in Saudi Arabia) and unfortunately my doctor had NO idea of what to look for! I had x ray of my chest, hip and knee and according to him everything was good so he sent me to physiotherapy but when asked what was the reason of it he just said: I'm not sure but we will work with therapy and see how it improves!
I need help please! It's hurting and I can't do anything without feeling I'm stretching too much!
When I strech doing the piriformis syndrome release exercises the depression is way more noticeable!
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