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    Help! My wife has something in her belly button. What is it?
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    Jonathandiaz817 posted:
    My wife is now 12 weeks pregnant and has a bladder infection. I don't know if it has anything to do with this. Her belly button is very sensitive and she had some mucus stuff coming out of it and now there is pink little growth that is coming out from inside her belly button. What is it? Her belly button has always been sensitive but this has made it worst. Help us. Don't know what to do.
     
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    jessi2056 responded:
    Ask the doctor!


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