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Tailbone sweat and heat sensation in butt when walking

Hey, so for the past year my sweat seemed to get worst. A week ago, I started having this burning sensation on my upper butt area and when i also walk, it seems that my butt starts heating up. I do suffer excessive sweating also in the armpits and butt before but this got worst. It feels like something is pushing my upper buttcrack area. Now its annoying because my butt would be sweaty. It doesnt happen when the weather outside is cold. I live in Cali, so the weather is mostly humid. Does anyone know or has experienced this? If so, what did you do to treat it or did it get better on its own?
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This could be a pinched nerve, sciatica, or something similar. Have you ever talked to your doc about your sweating? There are treatments for that now.

See your doc about the feeling in your upper butt, too. If it's a pinched nerve or something, there may be some treatment for it, or you may need to rest it some - your doctor will be able to help.
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Nope, but it seems like that area is sweating excessively. It happened like a week ago.
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