What Does Your Belly Button Say About Your Health? Find Out!






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Your body has ways of telling you what diseases and ailments you are potentially at risk for. One indicator is actually your navel, or belly button. Here’s what to watch for:

The Outie.

If your navel protrudes, keep an eye on it. If it seems to be bulging outward more than usual, you could actually have a hernia.

Small bump.

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If your navel is concave with a small bump, you’re more prone to viruses. Take steps to strengthen your immune system.

Tucked.

If your navel is tucked in, you’re more likely to suffer from digestive issues like constipation, as well as weight gain. Keep active and try eating lots of ginger.

U shaped.

If your navel is U shaped, you’re more likely to have endocrine and skin related diseases. In babies, it may indicate a compromised immune system.
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