Adult navel infection
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Capell, M. Skin cells turn over every two to four weeks. Cells need to be shed, and they might get stuck in your anatomy. The fix is pretty straightforward; a little cleanout can take care of it. Usually, the belly button discharge will be a pale white, off-yellow, or light green color, and will kind of look like snot does when you have a cold.
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Belly Button Infections – Causes, Symptoms & Treatment - Women's Tribe
We might see them when we change out of our clothes, or take a shower, but for the most part, they're covered up. And because they don't serve any important function after we're out of the womb , they're easy to forget. That is, until they start smelling. Or secreting discharge.
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How To Get Rid Of A Belly Button Infection
An umbilical hernia is a health condition where the abdominal wall behind the navel is damaged. It may cause the navel to bulge outwards—the bulge consisting of abdominal fat from the greater omentum or occasionally parts of the small intestine. The bulge can often be pressed back through the hole in the abdominal wall, and may "pop out" when coughing or otherwise acting to increase intra-abdominal pressure.
An umbilical hernia creates a soft swelling or bulge near the navel. It occurs when part of the intestine protrudes through the umbilical opening in the abdominal muscles. Umbilical hernias in children are usually painless. An umbilical hernia occurs when part of your intestine sticks out through the opening in your abdominal muscles through which your umbilical cord passed before you were born. Umbilical hernias are common and typically harmless.