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Swelling near belly button, memory loss. High enzyme levels in liver test. Causes for symptoms?

i am having a swelling near the right side of my belly button. No pain at all.yes, there is a small burning sensation. Some times i am having memory loss problems. Before 6 months when i did an LFT the enzymes produced was about 300. And i had hepatitis A that time. I had gone through medications and before 3 months when i did LFT all were normal. But am feeling tired and swelling near the belly button is still there. Can you please tell me whta my prob?
Asked On : Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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Thanks for the query

The swelling near the belly button can be most commonly due to paraumblical hernia which often is an asymptomatic and do not requires any treatment but if it develops symptoms like pain or abdominal bloating the it do requires surgical repair.
Other than that it can be subcutaneous nodule or cyst in the subcutaneous tissue which also can be removed through minor surgical procedures.

for better opinion it is recommended to visit a general surgeon for complete evaluation

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