Overcoming A Child’s Navel That Stands Out And Has A History Of Seizures?
ank I am now 1 year old and since the birth of the navel is my body navel whether my son’s navel should be operated on? pair my child has a seizure whether if he will be in surgery will not be affected when my child has spasms.
Hello Meine, thanks for asking.
Navel bulging does not always indicate abnormalities. In some people navel bulging is indeed a variation of normal body shape. In some other people, a prominent navel can be a sign of a hernia. Generally, symptoms that are suspected to be caused by a hernia in the navel are:
the navel becomes more prominent when the child cries, strains, or coughs and sneezes.
navel bulges will disappear or decrease after the child stops crying or straining.
the navel is getting more and more protruding and the bulges are not decreasing.
You should consult with your pediatrician to ensure that your child's navel is experiencing abnormalities. If so, then the doctor will explain the possible abnormalities that are experienced and describe the possible actions. Regarding seizures and operations, you must first make sure what kind of seizures your child is experiencing. If a seizure is a simple febrile seizure, then the seizure only occurs when the fever is high and rarely recurs. Seizures of this type do not affect the child's condition both during surgery and outside surgery. Once again, you must make sure to see the pediatrician, what kind of seizures your child is suffering from and how to treat them.
Thus our brief review. Regards