... Well I am not a doctor but I have a suggestion. The latissimus dorsi muscle inserts into the intertubercular groove (between the greater and lesser tuberosities) of the humerus (this is your armpit). It is a very large muscle. Possibly you could have injured this muscle somehow. It originates at the posterior crest of the ilium (via the thoracolumbar fascia), the posterior... (2 replies)
... sacroiliac pain is common in ankylosing spondylitis, a form of arthritis. one of the early symptoms is pain in the butt area which mimics sciatica and causes pain while walking. when i have SI pain, it also hurts to sit too because of the inflammation in the pelvic area. ... (3 replies)
... I have many problems but the one that is getting me down is that the top of my ilium on my right side is extremely painful it doesn't spasm it just hurts so bad that now I am starting to walk slouched over. Does anyone out there have this to? ... (3 replies)
... i think u should get calcium subsidies (3 replies)
... Hi Judy,
does it hurt when you move? (3 replies)
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