I am 46 years old, female, I had my tubes tied through my belly button in 1991, I had a belly button ring
put in my belly button 8 months ago but have taken it out since different symptoms are happening around my
belly button. First, I noticed part of the stitching coming out of my belly button, I am asumning this was from my
tubes being tied there right?
So I cut it.
My other questions are I have numbness on the left side of my belly button and I have not had a period since
Sept 24th. My breasts are very full but have had no signs of menstration. I am concerned on what is going on with
Pregnancy is probably unlikely. But you could have an infection, or other GYN issue unrelated to your belly button. Do you get regular Paps and Mammograms? Age 35+ we have to be more vigiliant about our GYN care and watch for everything from OVC and Breast cancer to early menopause. I'd see a doc. Hope this helps.
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