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Unread 07-04-2008, 05:36 PM
care for belly-button after below-b-button incision

Hi, I had a supracervical laproscopic hysterectomy (LSH) on 6/26/08. Today I noticed something inside my belly-button that appears to be above the incision. I think it is likely lint matter from clothing that has stayed in there for about a week, but don't want to hurt myself by probing there. It is a little bit stuck and does not come out with showering or simply blotting with a clean dry towel or paper. The incision looks good and doesn't appear to be infected--no redness, pain around it or swelling. Does anyone else have experience with this they could share? Thank you!
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Unread 07-04-2008, 05:57 PM
care for belly-button after below-b-button incision

I also had an LSH and today my belly button has been really itchy!!! My incisions were sealed with the clear glue stuff, and it is peeling away now. I was thinking the same thing of pulling it out but didnt want to disturb anything in there Maybe someone has an idea???
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Unread 07-04-2008, 06:05 PM
care for belly-button after below-b-button incision

You said your incision was healing fine? I noticed one of my pelvic insicions was not healing as quickly as the other. Upon further investigation I noticed the glue. As I started to peel it away (the dr. told me to do this if it didn't disolve) I found a good chunk STUCK IN the incision, not just on top. Well I can't leave well alone and I pulled it out. Since then that incsion sight has heal much quicker.
As of the belly button I still have glue stuck in there and noticed it was very tender today. When is your post-op appointment? Maybe your dr. can tweeze it out then.
Julie
LAVH 6/24/08
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Unread 07-04-2008, 06:07 PM
Hi

I had a LSH on Jan14 and I can tell you I saw stuff inside my bellybutton butI chose not to tough it ...i guess I was too afraid...i also had my gallbladder removed from my bellybutton...laprescopically and that doc made my bellybutton larger but the doc that did my LSH made my bellybutton smaller again. Denise.
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Unread 07-04-2008, 06:19 PM
care for belly-button after below-b-button incision

I used Band-Aid Anitseptic Wash. Just squirted it right in the belly button and on my other incisions. I also put some on a Q-tip as well and gently dabbed the incisions.
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Unread 07-04-2008, 10:35 PM
care for belly-button after below-b-button incision

Hi, Thanks so much for all the responses. Yes my incisions seem to be healing without infection. My post-op appointment is Thursday July 10 so maybe I can wait until then. It could be it is that glue stuff--nobody told me to remove that--it is shiny glue like stuff covering each of my incisions. I don't want to let anything 'grow' in the belly button (eek) and cause a problem, yet I'm nervous about disturbing anything--may give a call to my Dr. office Monday. Thanks all for sharing your experiences with this!
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