what organ is on the right side parallel to your belly button?

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After cutting the umbilical cord the obstetrician or midwife ties it and then folds it into place after some time. There are many ways to accomplish this and that is why some face in and some face out.

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Why do some people have "outtie" belly buttons versus "innie"?

It has nothing to do with the cord, it has to do with the amount of fat you have over your muscles. People with abs have completely different looking belly buttoms.

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I have very serious doubts about the cause of the discoloration. It is much more likely to be a normal pigmentary variant. I am guessing that lasering it might be an option. But since I haven't paid my malpractice, I'd better not give you any offishial advice. Is there a reason that you have not ...