Thank you for the additional information.
There are two likely explanations for your problem:
- The most likely explanation of your symptoms seem to be a nerve pain. Nerve pain in this area can happen due to pinching of a nerve in your lower back causing the pain to be felt in your buttock and then radiate to your leg. This particular condition is called as sciatica and I presume you are most likely having this problem.
- Other less likely possibilities include arthritis of the joints or muscular pain but your symptoms are extremely typical of a nerve pain.
I would, therefore, strongly recommend that you should have a MRI of your lower back to diagnose your problem and then be treated accordingly.
You will likely require strong pain medications to help with your pain and will also likely require nerve pain medications like duloxetine, pregabalin and/or gabapentin.
If your symptoms persist you will likely require a cortisone shot or anesthetic injection in your lower back.
If none of this works, which is unlikely, then the final option to consider is surgery.
I would strongly recommend that you be seen for this ASAP to have this taken care of.
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