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Why does my belly button leak ?

Hi why does my belly button leak with a foul smell ?
Asked On : Sat, 24 Jul 2010
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi,Aaron,
Thanks for query,
You might have infection in your umbilicus.Due to collection of dust and other materials deposited in the umbilicus causing infection.
Clean your umbilicus with betadine lotion and apply antibiotic cream.
Go for antibiotic medicines.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Mon, 5 Sep 2011
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HELLO

WELCOME HCM..

IT IS DUE TO INFECTION OR UNCLEANSINESS , HEAVY SWEATING .

CLEAN PART WITH BETADINE LOTION OR DETOL SOAP . IF PAIN AND ITCHING IS THERE THAN CONSULT DERMATOLOGIST NEARER TO YOU.

FOR ANY HEALTH PROBLEM THERE MEDICINE IN HOMOEOPATHY . IT WORK WELL WITHOUT SIDE EFFECT . TO KNOW ABOUT HOMOEOPATHY VISIT MY BLOG drvaderahomoeo.blogspot.com

BYE AND TAKE CARE...
Answered: Mon, 5 Sep 2011
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