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Belly Button (Definition)

The belly button is the remnants of the umbilical cord. It is a central scar that forms in the location of the base of the umbilical cord, once ...Read more


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I have pain on my left side of belly button while touching also lower back pain !! I had operated of appendix 5-6 month back !!

I have  pain on my left side of  belly button while touching also lower back pain !! I had operated of appendix 5-6 month back !!

No worries....: I guarantee you didn't grow your appendix back. With the information you've supplied though your problem could be anything from a big gas bubble just meandering through your intestines trying to escape through your bellybutton (just kidding) to things that I'd have to look in a dictionary to spell! And I don't you have those either. Wanna send more information? www.healthtap.com/drsaghafi ...Read more

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I have for the past 5 weeks had green stool have not travelled. I also have pain in stomach left side to belly button and now in back. ?

Green stool can: occur w/ certain meds, foods & if transit time through intestines is too rapid. Since you have had on-going abdominal pain for the last five weeks - a medical evaluation would be prudent. Take care. ...Read more

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I have dull achey pain in my abdomen..left side of belly button for 2 days. worse when i eat?

May need eval: Localized abdominal pain is always cause for concern. Persistent or worsening symptoms warrant an evaluation by your doctor. ...Read more

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Aching pain lower left side of belly button feel bloated and nauseous and major headache should I go in to er?

Yes: If pain in abdomen severe, and you feel very nauseous you should get checked out. It could be as simple as a viral gastroenteritis, but as severe as a developing bowel obstruction. It all depends on your past medical and surgical history, and your physical exam findings. ...Read more

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I have a sharp pain near the left side of my belly button?

Many possibilities: If your pain doesn't go away, see your doctor for an exam and history. Abdominal pain has many causes, from simply excess gas, muscle cramps or strain, to hernias. A good history and physical exam will reassure you, and help come to a diagnosis. ...Read more