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Newborn Navel Bleeding
Im a 30 yr old male with sudden pain around navel it also started bleeding i haven't had any surgeries what could this be?
Infection: Time to go see your doctor as pain associated w/bleeding is suspicious for infection. We can't diagnose any further than that w/o examining you which is why you need to go see your doctor. Don't wait for pain to get worse or for fevers, sweats, chills, etc. ...Read more
I have been bleeding in my stole for two weeks now. I have a large knot right above my navel that is getting bigger an coming out. What could this be?
See a doctor: Your describing bloody stool and a large knot above your navel or belly button. Most people would go to the emergency department if they are also having pain. Bleeding is abnormal and so is the mass. This needs to be examined by a physician. Blood in the stool can be from hemorrhoids to cancer. The mass could be a hernia or more. Please see your doctor this week. If not an ed department. ...Read more
Omphalitis: Sometimes seborrheic dermatitis or psoriasis. Chronic omphalitis is most often a young male adult who has a hairy abdomen with a deep navel. Persistence of the embryonic urachus may pull the umbilicus in deep. The hairs have tiny barbs which make them stick deeply into the umbilicus where they are irritating. ...Read more
Feeling is much like contractions, about 4" above the navel. Comes and goes. I am 9w 4d pregnant. No bleeding? Any ideas?
Gas pain: The most likely thing at this gestational age is gas pain or bowel spasm. Gallbladder pain also usually starts just above the navel then eventually goes to right upper abdomen. You can try some gas x (simethicone) and see if any relief. If taking iron constipation may also cause this type of pain. Colace (docusate sodium) helps with that. ...Read more
I have been having vaginal bleeding for the past three weeks, with no cramps just sharp pains under my navel once in a while.
Time to see doctor: Bleeding for three weeks is not normal and you need to be evaluated by an in-person examination. It would be prudent to see your doctor as it is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without additional history and physical examination. ...Read more
I had a laparoscopy to remove endo yesterday morning. I now see light bleeding from my navel incision. Is this normal? This is my 7th lap since 2000
I'm having bleeding from my navel when i'm on my period it runs blood and my navel appears to have a growth on it it's so embarrassing please help?
See your doctor: Your doctor will be able to sample the growth to see if its endometrial tissue that has migrated through the urachus when you were a baby. It's rare but happens. ...Read more
I've been diagnosed with belly button endometriosis. I had the nodules cut out 8 months ago and im still having bleeding of the navel. What do I do?
Disease present: This is a tough situation. Umbilical endo is relatively rare but we have seen it numerous times. This is similar to cesarean scar endometriosis. At surgery, we can only see and feel, however the disease is microscopic and can easily be missed resulting in your situation. Unfortunately, another shot at surgery is required. We try not to take too much tissue and this persistence is the risk. ...Read more
I am having a Colonoscopy in a weeks time for occult bleeding. My abdomen is a little swollen and I am getting sharp pain below the navel its bearable?
What is question?: Difficult to understand your question. If you have occult blood in stool and you are having belly pain and swelling, you should probably have that colonoscopy, and more of an evaluation, as quickly as possible. Did you have an exam? Blood test? Scans? Need more info and a rapid evaluation. good Luck! ...Read more
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