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A common cause of these symptoms is a pinched nerve. The pain from a pinched nerve (in the back or hip) can feel like an ache, or it may burn or tingle. You may also have numbness that can spread down your leg.
A pinched nerve occurs when tissues press on the nerve, causing tingling or even weakness. A pinched nerve in your hip or back can be caused by various things, including:
sitting for extended periods of time
being overweight or obese
We cannot know the cause of your discomfort. You need to see your doctor for a proper evaluation. Treatment will depend on the cause.
HelenaJune 30, 2018 - 10:32am