The Belly Of The Belly Button Aches To The Touch?
In the afternoon, why does my belly button hurt when touched or rubbed, if I sign it hurts too, but it’s not as painful as being rubbed. Is it because of the skin or stomach?
Thank you for the question.
Pain in the belly area of the navel, especially when touched or rubbed, may indicate inflammation of the skin, for example due to infection (for example shingles, folliculitis, acne), irritation, injury, being bitten by insects, sensitive skin, and so on. It could also be, actually this pain arises due to other causes, such as early symptoms of appendicitis, peritonitis, muscle cramps, gastritis, rheumatoid arthritis, food allergies, post herpetic neuralgia, digestive infections or other organ systems, fibromyalgia, liver disorders, nerve disorders , disorders of the sac or bile duct, hormonal disorders, psychological disorders, and so on.
If the pain appears mild, you should not worry first. The following steps can be done so that the pain improves:
Keep your skin clean, including by showering more diligently and always using clean clothes. Choose clothes that are soft and not tight. Do not rub or rub excessively over the skin of your stomach. If with the above efforts your complaint still does not improve, do not hesitate to see yourself directly to the doctor, yes. Depending on the suspicion of the disease, the doctor may refer you to a dermatologist or internist in the future.
I hope this helps.