Osteitis condensans ilii (OCI) is a rare self-limiting low back pain syndrome. It is an incidental imaging discovery around sacroiliac joints with distinctive sclerotic lesions. We present three case reports as a series. In the first case, a 38-year-old female presented with unresolved chronic low back pain for eight years. She had bilateral triangular sclerosis of the ilium abutting sacroiliac joints and other causes of back pain were ruled out. Non-operative management was successful. In the second case, a 38-year-old female presented with acute exacerbation of low back pain for one year. She suffered low back pain during her pregnancy and postpartum period 16 years ago and intermittently after that. Bilateral radiodensity around sacroiliac joints was noted in the radiograph and she had successful remission with non-operative management. In the third case, a 45-year-old female presented with chronic low back for six years. On radiographs, she had bilateral sclerotic lesions around sacroiliac joints and responded well to non-operative management. OCI is a benign, idiopathic cause of axial low back pain. It is a diagnosis of exclusion and the pelvic radiographs classically show areas of sclerosis in the ilium adjacent to sacroiliac joints bilaterally. Treatment for OCI is essentially non-operative.