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    hzsmith posted:
    my belly button is hurting do that mean that i am having a baby
     
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    phoenixfire76 responded:
    No, it could mean anything.

    If you are server pain then seek medical attention asap!

    If you have prolonged moderate pain then you should see a Dr. soon.

    Best of Luck.
     
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    yvetteb81 responded:
    i agree it could mean anything, see a doctor.
     
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    hgreenwood7058 responded:
    It does not necessarily mean that you are having a baby. Have you missed your period? If so take a pregnancy test to find out with the first morning urine. It could mean something else as well. Sometimes that type of pain is due to a hernia and other times it is something out of the ordinary. You should make an appt to see a doctor in regards to this pain if it is truely bothersome.


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