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Lump About An Inch Above My Babys Belly Button Is That A Birth Defect
I gave birth about 2 months ago and I have a lump on top of my belly button. Now i'm scared, should I go to my doctor to check it out?
Had a baby via c sect 4 months ago. Recently feeling cramping above scar and feel some kind of lump sometimes in different places below belly button?
Is it possible to feel the baby with my hand at 14 weeks and its not all movement it is a lump under my belly button to above my pelvic bone ?
How bad is a popped out belly button? What is it called? When after birth you need surgery to survive. Doctors please help. Well my mom had my little baby sister on february the 22 of 2010 but the doctor told her that she had to get a surgery 3 months aft
You : You seem to be describing a condition of an umbilical hernia. These hernias are quite common and often are not that serious. I do not know if you are describing that the hernia is affecting your mother, or your baby sister. Umbilical hernias in newborns babies are common and may resolve on their own, without surgery, by age two. If they are causing discomfort or enlarging, then surgery would be recommended. In an adult, an umbilical hernia will not resolve on its own, and would eventually need an operation to repair the hernia. But that surgery is elective, meaning it can be repaired at the preference of the patient, depending on hernia size, hernia discomfort, or hernia enlargement. Hernia incarceration means a sudden onset of bad painful hernia swelling and the hernia becomes very hard, then emergency evaluation and surgery may be necessary. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
2-4$ of all babies.: 2-4% of all babies are born with a major or minor birth defect. This is not your fault, however recurrence can be prevented with certain cardiac and neural tube defects (among the more common and serious) by taking 1-5 mg of Folic Acid daily for the rest of your reproductive life (i.e. Until menopause/hysterectomy/bilateral tubal ligation). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Ask many people: It's important for expectant couples to ask their families about offspring that had birth defects or died as babies; they should obtain information about genetic conditions associated with their heritage. They need to openly discuss toxins to which they were exposed or illnesses they had prior to or during pregnancy. The OB can use the information to order genetic evaluation, screening tests, us. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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