Gynécologie

Buttock pain (sciatica)

I have a pain in my buttock extending to the thigh, is this normal?

Pain that starts in the lower back and radiates to the buttock and down the leg is a sign of sciatica. It is due to compression of the sciatic nerve. In severe cases your physician may prescribe physiotherapy sessions.

Practical advice:

  • Rest, leaning back supported by cushions
  • Hot baths

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Dermoid

Lesion, the aspects of which are reminiscent of or composed of tissues histologically identical to those of the skin and epithelial tissues (dermoid ovarian cyst).

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Breast abscess

A breast abscess is a collection of pus that develops in the breast.

It is characterized by intense pain, fever, heat and a red lump as well as tenderness in the breast.
If you notice any of these symptoms, consult your gynecologist quickly.

 

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Baby blues

I feel sad, exhausted, unable to cope.

Is this the baby blues?

The baby blues occurs within 3 to 10 days after childbirth. The baby blues is not an illness but rather a reaction to a state of fatigue, drop in hormones and change in status: daughter, wife then mother.

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