Pain in the Buttocks

Pain around your “sits bones” may stem from bursitis or tendinitis.

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Pain in the buttocks in the area where you sit may be a sign of a condition called ischiogluteal bursitis, commonly caused by prolonged sitting. During lockdowns and other restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic, many people found themselves sitting more than usual. Consequently, “we’ve seen a higher incidence of ischiogluteal bursitis,” says Cleveland Clinic physician […]
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