do you pick poke or lightly scratch your bellybutton? I do to mine and I sometimes get the same uncomfortable sensation. It prevents me from standing up straight and even walking. I get it maybe a few times a year. I love/hate the pain. Its dredful and Im gonna really try n stop the gross habit.
I'm getting the same feelings you guys are. I know I'm not pregnant, which belly button pulling sensations are a sign of pregnancy, but IDK what it is. I had a cyst on my belly button when I was five and had it removed. I'm eighteen now. It started two weeks ago after having a bad dream, and stopped about four days ago. IDK what it is, what it was uncomfortable. It really didn't hurt, it was just very irritating, especially since I wear my pants right at my belly button. Any suggestions?
And also, my dad was coughing a lot a few months back and he now has a hernia. I caught the same cough, but didn't. Do you think it might have been a hernia??
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