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Bulge above belly button, goes in when pushed. Is it hernia in belly button?

I have a bulge above my belly buttom. about 2 yrs. I wen tthrough the cystacell, rectacell and the bladder was fixed and pulled up. Woutd this have anything to do with that, do you think. I am thinking it s a hernia above the belly button. I felt like i could push it in but today it s been bothering to the touch, if I move certain ways etc. Would this be important to have checked to not much to worry about. i did have a herniated belly button in the past also. wondering if that s what this could be. Thank you very much
Asked On : Wed, 29 Aug 2012
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It seems that you might be having umbilical hernia giving rise this problem as it has typical signs of having this problem.
Consult surgeon and get examined.
Avoid constipation and cough, the factors giving intra-abdominal pressure increased.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Mon, 12 Aug 2013
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