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Belly Button Pain And Discharge
Repeat occasions of belly button pain and bloody discharge expelling. Doc says its nothing but keeps coming back every few months? Doesn't smell bad.
IkeM928: We unfortunately dont have your age, but mild inflammation around the umbilicus is not uncommon, and usually caused by not drying well when exiting the shower or bath, to sweating in hot climates, but the important issue is not to mistake that for a periumbilical hernia, where there is usually swelling and pain as well. Keep it dry, report changes AND SWELLING and apply bacitracin ointment. thanks ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Belly button is red no pain or discharge and is not itchy been 5 days
? How long will it last without the medicine?
I have pcos and I have a lot of pain under my belly button. Pain on my back to. I had ones milky discharge.?
Pain and discharge: Pcos is associated with irregular cycles, ovarian cysts and irregular bleeding. With regard to the pain under your belly button, this is not specific and could be anything from a bladder infection to appendicitis and should be evaluated by your doctor. With regard to the milky discharge, the most likely causes are yeast infections or something called BV (a common infection as well). Good luck! ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
What can be the cause for sharp belly button pain? I rarely get these anymore, but it worsens when bending backwards or going to the bathroom?
Needs more info: Pain in the belly button can a sign of infection or an object in the belly button. If you are talking about abdominal pain around the belly button, the most common causes are constipation and high acid in the stomach. Seek medical care if the child develops fever, severe pain, persistent vomiting, bloody diarrhea, or pain in the right lower part of the abdomen. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I HAVE A TERRIBLE BELLY BUTTON PAIN I AM 8 WEEKS PREG IS IT NORMAL I CANT BEND OR TURN AROUND IT HURTS SO BAD ?
Belly-button pain: Belly-button (umbilical) pain may originate locally due to infection or herniation, or be "referred" from another abdominal location like the appendix. Signs/symptoms of concern include: local redness ; drainage, umbilical bulging that can't be reduced with gentle pressure, fever, vomiting, change in bowels, generalized abdominal tenderness (suggests peritonitis), worsening pain. Get checked NOW. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
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