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Continuous leakage from belly button since years, occasional blood dripping, sudden sharp pains. Recommendations?

for about 10 years now I have alwyas had some sort of leakage of poop from my belly button just reacently I felt a snap in my belly button while sleeping and woke up with some pain but didn tlast more than a second or two so I went back to sleep woke had to pee and leaning over to use the restroom blood dripped out of my belly button now my belly isnt bleeding but its been slighlty leaking clear somewhat clear substance, what should you recommend?
Asked On : Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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General Surgeon 's  Response
You will need to have this checked out by a CT scan. The commonest cause is self scratching. If that is not your case then a connection with bladder or intestine needs to be ruled out. If all is clear then a simple surgery of cleaning up will solve the problem.
Answered: Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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