When we "focus on our navel," is that such a bad thing? Although these days, the navel, or belly button, seems to be more of a fashion statement than anything else, due to its popularity as a site for tattooing and piercing, it's worth looking at its role in the developing fetus. When the baby is growing inside its mother, her navel, or navel, is a lifeline. To this is attached the umbilical cord—the connection of the embryo with the placenta. As seen on an ultrasound at eight weeks of gestational age, the umbilical cord serves to transfer oxygen and nutrients from the mother to the baby. It also serves to transport waste products. At birth, the umbilical cord is clamped, and the baby gets what it needs through its heart, lungs, and food. Although this is usually a straightforward exercise, sometimes the placenta may become problematic during labor or delivery. The delivery team will usually take steps to anticipate and deal with any problems related to the placenta.
Belly button transition home treatment:-
Hot salt water:-
1) Add 1 tsp salt to 1 cup of hot water and mix until the salt dissolves.
2) Dip a cotton ball in this solution and use it to clean the infected area, and then pat dry carefully.
3) To further fight infection, apply an over-the-counter, water-based antibacterial cream.
4) Repeat this once or twice a day until the infection is gone.
1) Dip a washcloth in warm water and wring out the excess water.
2) Place a warm cloth on your navel for a few minutes.
3) Repeat this several times a day to reduce the pain.
1) Mix 1 part white vinegar with 2 parts hot water.
2) Soak cotton in this solution and apply it to the affected area.
3) Leave it on for 10 to 15 minutes.
4) Wash it off with warm water and pat the area well and pat it dry.
5) Repeat 2 or 3 times daily until the infection is gone.
1) Cut the aloe vera leaf and extract its gel.
2) Apply this gel on the navel and let it dry on its own.
3) Clean the area with a wet tissue and pat dry with a soft towel.
4) Repeat this several times a day until the infection is gone.
Indian Lilac (Neem):-
1) Make a paste of some neem leaves and apply it to the affected area.
2) You can also add some turmeric powder.
3) Leave it for 20 minutes and then wash it off with warm water.
4) Pat dry well.
5) Do this twice a day for several days.
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