have an office job. I am 1 year post op and lately my butt is sore after sitting at work all day. Never used to bother me before. I cant figure out if its bone pain or muscle pain. But its sore almost all the time. Does anyone know why this is? Has it hap

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I have an office job. I am 1 year post op and lately my butt is sore after sitting at work all day. Never used to bother me before. I cant figure out if its bone pain or muscle pain. But its sore almost all the time. Does anyone know why this is? Has it happened to anyone?

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Im going through this right now… but i haven’t had my surgery yet. And I never had this issue before…also have noticed slight hair loss..
Im on week 3 of pre op diet… this is the only thing I can associate with it. Am I experiencing pre sleeve dude effects lol

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Once I was really sick and had to stay in bed 2 days and I literally got a bed sore on my tailbone from losing all my extra padding. I am a nurse so I stand a lot anyway but during my down time or charting, the girls are always telling me to sit. If they only knew how painful it gets to sit for awhile.
I definitely need to work on my glutes lol.

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It’s normal. Welcome to the need for leg day. Not carrying all the extra weight now you rump and thighs are slacking and all that use to support you if gone. Squats and really any glute exercise will help over time. I would suggest trying to get up an move every hour just to get you blood moving a little. I did squats and side lunges just a couple on each side to stretch and being feeling back into my butt

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Check with your employer- they may be able to provide you with a chair alternative, such as a seating device that utilizes a kneeling- sitting position, or one with an exersize ball as the seat. There are several options out there

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Need to grown more muscle in lower pelvis. Before you had limited range of motion so you didn’t work your hips and upper thighs .now you don’t have the fat that use to cushion you and you may have lost some muscle when u lost weight

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