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Wait it out: There is little to do but wait the 1-2 weeks. Best of luck to you! ...Read more
My LO is 7mths old, I saw dried blood in her belly button & a small blister-like bubble inside her belly button? Is it infected??
Hello! So I'm just curious if I should go get it looked at. I habe a blood blister just above my belly button - where I had it pierced. (26 wks preg)?
I have a herniate belly button. Underneath to the left was a very small blister. I lanced it and it won't stop weeping clear fluid. It's been 4 days so far. I am keeping it clean, treating with Neosporin, and covered with sterile gauze and bandage.
4 days ago a cluster of red blisters appeared on my lower abdomen. They did not hurt or itch till yesterday. Now the blisters have drained and it's becoming very red painful and itchy and another cluster appeared yesterday right above my belly button?
Get examined : Painful blistering lesions on skin can be a manifestation of herpes zoster (shingles) that can be treated with medication. Redness spreading from area of blistering rash can indicate cellulitis or worse early facilitate. Celiac disease can cause painful blistering rash known as dermatitis herpetiformis. Allergic reactions to plants (poison ivy), foods & medications can cause painful blistering ...Read more
Found a blister or pimple like red lump in my belly button. Clear fluid came out of it. What could it be? Put dettol on it. Doesn't smell or itch.
I had a laparoscopy through my belly button, i now have my 2nd infection & on antibiotics for a skin infection. There is a blister where its scar is?
Skin infection: hello ~ this is not an uncommon thing to occur post lap. Finish the course of oral antibiotics and keep the area clean and dry and this will clear in 10 days.. ...Read more
What could stool changes sn itchy nose ears an blister bumps on right side of body an stomach pain bye belly button as well as overly emotional is th?
Symptoms: You have so many diverse symptoms and your typing makes it difficult to fully read. To be honest, it sounds like you should start by seeing your primary care doctor to actually lay eyes and hands on you, as well as to consider if labs or imaging studies are warranted. You should see a doctor. ...Read more