Your Belly-Button!

Miscommunication could happen, but its continuation should be avoided! 😉 Welcome back to your pages, dear friends from the US, India, and the UK! 😉

It’s surprising how Shenddy didn’t know much about her body parts, when Chearo claimed that nobody could live without a belly-button.

Of course you know what a belly-button is. It’s that small knot in your belly which could take different shapes.

Some have no belly button as a result of the surgery needed to correct abdominal problems at birth, often either an umbilical hernia, or a condition known as gastroschisis – born with the stomach and intestines poking through a hole in the abdominal wall.

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.What would happen if your belly button opened?
Also, it is not likely to happen, as the navel is very strong tissue. The navel is a twisted knot of tissue that closes off the link to the umbilical cord in the womb. … If the belly button opens up, the abominal cavity will be exposed, which is a serious medical issue involving high risks of dangerous infection.

. The navel (clinically known as the umbilicus, colloquially known as the belly button, or tummy button) is a hollowed or sometimes raised area on the abdomen at the attachment site of the umbilical cord. All placental mammals have a navel.

. It is said to be within the erogenous area of your body, claiming that it should be covered, and others say the opposite that it should be shown up. Some consider it a point of attraction. It is debatable.

. Surgery: Some people go  through a serious surgery to improve the appearance of their belly-button.You may agree or disagree with that! 🙄

. Opposite to what’s known to you, not every mammal has a belly button. Kangaroos are an example.

Until you talk with us again, via your comments/questions, stay vivid among our topics, with our hugs and kisses ❤

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