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I have white like skin on my bellybutton after surgery. Do i need to worry ?

Hi i. Had serg to remove something from my kenny i hardly macri to remove later but i keep the sound clean in my berrybuttoén but i fine a white like skin no. But nothing nobleeding no thing should l worrie
Asked On : Mon, 16 May 2011
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Hi i had serg to remove sometimes on my kedney. They cut in my bellybutton i kept the clean but now i find a white something in the hole should i worrie
Answered: Mon, 16 May 2011
General & Family Physician Dr. Jitender Chauhan's  Response
Hello, welcome to HCM. The white discharge is significant. It signifies infection in the wound. You should immediately bring it to notice of your concerned doctor. Till then you should try not to wet the area and keep it clean but cleanning it with betadine solution using a sterile gauze piece if dressing is not there. wish you good health.
Answered: Thu, 18 Aug 2011
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