I have severe stomach pain inside my belly button what can be the cause. Took pt and it came out negative?

Seek Attention. Severe abdominal pain located near the belly button can have serious causes, such as, appendicitis, pancreatitis, ulcers, among others. Important symptoms to look for would be for a fever, difficulty eating, nausea, vomiting, bloody diarrhea. I advise that you seek medical attention today to discuss this formally with your physician and have an appropriate medical exam.
Many possibilities . This could be a sign of many different problems including early colon obstruction, appendicitis, torsed appendix epiploica, urachal cyst, etc. Discuss with your physician for an evaluation.
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.

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