What causes left buttock pain?


Pain in the left buttock is a symptom that could have several causes. A herniated disc in the back can cause pain and pulling in the back area as well as he neck and the buttocks. Pain in the buttocks can also be associated with a pelvic joint issue, pelvic joint problems may cause strain and issues in the lower back and buttocks. To find out the true issue, you should consult your health care physician for testing.
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