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there is nothing like belly button rings and belly button jewelry by yujiangxia Posted Fri 26 Oct 2012 7:15am   How do we make it up to our fan base of 19 people for depriving them of 6 weeks worth of National Football League Recap? That's a tough question to answer. But it's a question that we shouldn't avoid if we want to do our best to provide you the best in premium dude content.. It is unclea nfl jerseys wholesaler exactly how "Who Dat" became co ... Read on »
33 Week Belly, and Musings About the Belly Button by Clare Patient Expert Posted Sat 01 Nov 2008 3:25pm A 14-week picture, for comparison. As I'm typing, the kid is doing a jig inside my uterus. I think I can tell the difference between her butt and her legs but that's about it. When I put my hand on my belly I can sometimes tell for SURE that it's limbs moving around...they just feel long, narrow, and strong!! But usuall ... Read on »
Reader Question: Through The Belly Button Breast Implants? by Dr. John D. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Thu 27 Aug 2009 12:00am Reader Question: I have seen this “Through the Belly Button” Breast Implant procedure on TV, but I find with the consultations I’ve had with plastic surgeons, no one recommends it. Why? The “Through the Belly Button” breast implant technique (also called the TUBA or transumbilical breast augmentation) has a number of potential ... Read on »
Belly Button Infection by Romelette L. Patient Expert Posted Wed 24 Feb 2010 7:01am Having LUPUS plus being on prednisone have made me susceptible to any kinds of infection. There was a time when the doctors warned me not to get close to anyone who has colds, fevers and cough. They even advised me to wear mask. But being me, I do not really follow their orders. Anyway, last December, when the husband was home he took notice of ... Read on »
Kidney Removed via the Patient’s Belly Button - Spain by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 14 Mar 2009 3:53pm More news about minimally invasive surgery in the news.  It’s amazing how fast surgery procedures are moving with reference to new procedures made possible by new technologies.  By using the embryonic orifice as a point of entry, there is less scaring and a shorter recovery time and there are not as many nerves in this area as there are in other ... Read on »
Patricia Heaton - Belly Button-less? by Dr. Tony Y. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 18 Oct 2008 4:09pm Several websites are posting photos of Patricia Heaton in a bikini and claiming she has no belly button after having a tummy tuck. Is this true? And if so, why? It's hard to tell from these photos if her umbilicus (belly button) was removed during her tummy tuck. If it was, this is actually not that uncommon, as many patients who have a t ... Read on »
Karolina Kurkova Belly Button Mystery by Dr. John D. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 10:11am Pic Source Karolina Kurkova seems to be minus one belly button and there are those out there trying to blame a plastic surgeon. Big surprise. This looks like a problem relating to her birth or a hernia mishap. I don't think we can wag our fingers at a surgeon this time. lol. Best Regards, John Di Saia MD Read on »
Belly Buttons by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 21 Jun 2010 2:58pm Today my daughter drove herself to her camp counselor job at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp .  It’s a rather long drive and we have always always done it together. I am grateful for texting, so she could tell me when she arrived safe and she is one excited camp counselor – that place has always filled her with much joy. feeling nostalgic …. ... Read on »
Reader Question: Through the Armpit and Belly Button Breast Implants? by Dr. John D. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Fri 09 Oct 2009 12:00am Reader Question: I like the idea of having my breast implants put in through the armpit, but the opinions on the internet about it are split. No scar on the breast is best right? Is it safe to have them put in this way? Why do so few doctors do it that way? Transaxillary (or through the armpit) breast implant surgery is dif ... Read on »
Everyone has a belly button. by Jacqui Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 4:48pm Everyone. Have you ever really thought about that? Have you ever been with a person - anyone - and thought about their belly button? It gives a surprising human-ness to the relationship or conversation. See, at the base, we are all human. We all had a mother. We all were connected to her when we began our lives. We shared her blood ... Read on »