I have had 3 surgeries that the doctors have went through my belly button, my tubes tied, bladder tack and a hysterectomy. I have scars and I can still see them they do not look infected. My problem is a couple of weeks ago I started having problems with pain around my belly button, then a discharged a blood. A t first I thought it was a infected hair or heat bumps infected. Then a few days later a growth or cyst starting growing out of my belly button with pain. I have a a few knots come up around the same area coming and going in different spots with some burning. I have made appt. with my primary and gyn doctor told the nurse about the problem but my appt. are a few weeks away. please help i am scared of what this may be. I am also on a hormone patch ( vivell dot) didn't know if that could cause this
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