According to MedicineNet, pain in the buttocks can be caused by a wide range of conditions, including sciatica, bruising, shingles and bursitis. More serious health complications could also be to blame, such as cancer, a... More »

Potential causes of extreme buttock pain include injuries, accident-related trauma, muscle overuse and diseases such as bone cancer of the pelvis and fibromyalgia. Other conditions that can cause buttock pain include ana... More »

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Buttock pain is normal during the third trimester of pregnancy due to pregnancy hormones that loosen joints in the pelvis and the additional weight, according to Healthline. The uterus grows larger, presses on the sciati... More »

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Buttock pain that radiates down the back of the thigh is commonly associated with sciatica, Mayo Clinic states. The pain may start at the lower back and continue along the calf, causing a burning ache, muscle weakness, n... More »

Deep muscle pain in the buttocks could be piriformis syndrome or sciatica, or could simply be a muscle spasm from exercise, states WebMD. Piriformis syndrome is a condition in which the piriformis muscle (a thin muscle l... More »

Frequent pain and stiffness in the lower back or buttocks that begins gradually and feels worse in the morning and at night are early symptoms of ankylosing spondylitis, states Spondylitis Association of America. Fever, ... More »

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Hip flexor strain, osteoarthritis and bursitis are some non-injury conditions that result in hip pain, according to the National Institutes of Health. A few non-injury ailments that can cause leg pain are deep vein throm... More »

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