Belly Button Pain While Pregnant?

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Belly button pain in pregnancy is a common complaint for many women, and though most of the time it is not a cause for concern, occasionally it can indicate an issue that requires medical attention. Often, pregnant women feel discomfort around their navels as the muscles and skin stretch. Later in pregnancy, the expanding uterus may press on the belly button, causing pain. Women with navels that push outward when they normally go in may have particularly sensitive skin in the area that can become irritated from contact with clothing.
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