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Having pimple like growth below belly button. Had parkinson's disease. Have mild urinary discomfort. Suggestions?

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I have a hard pimple like growth which I just noticed by touch an inch below my belly button, there is no pain. It is hard to the touch. It is about two finger tips in length. I have had Parkinsons disease for 15 years and have mild urinary incontinence, I have a stint in my bladder because of a kidney stone which cannot be removed without risk. The stone is attached to my urethea and the stint is changed every 6 months. There is occasional blood in my urine which my doctor attributes to the stint. I have had pain in my right testicle for over 2 years and have had numerous x-rays; cat scans,etc,.of the back , bladder, abdomen, etc. All negative. Whats going on ?
Posted Fri, 16 Aug 2013 in General Health
Answered by Dr. Srikanth Reddy 1 hour later
Thanks for choosing health care magic for posting your query.
I have gone through your question in detail.
You have got 3 different issues of concern:
1) Pimple like growth below the belly button.
2) Your urinary issues with the stent
3) Pain in right testicle

Regarding your pimple like growth below the umbilicus, as it is not painful there could be many different reasons. The most common being an inflammation due to infection, fibrosis due to repeated friction, insect bite and few others (lipoma). As you dont know the duration of its existence and it could even be of a recent onset, there is no need to investigate or panic at the stage. You can observe how it behaves over the next week. If it is an inflamation, they it may be come red and develop itching/pain. Most of the causes will reduce by itself. If it doesn't reduce then you need to visit a surgeon who would like to inspect it and offer a few investigations if required.
Regarding your stent problems, it should be ideally removed. However if your surgeon feels that the removal may complicate the things then removal of the stent is not the solution. What remains is tolerating and if required treating the side-effect of the remaining stent. Occasional hematuria can be due to the stent and if it is occasional then you need not worry.
Regarding your testicular problem, the pain could be due to the impacted stone or the stent. It will persist until the stent is removed. If it is occasional then you need not worry, however if it a problem then even after considering the risk you should go ahead with the stent removal.
Hope I am able to answer your concerns.
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Wish you good health,
Dr. Srikanth Reddy M.D.
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