When does your belly button start poking out?
Every one is different. Some peoples' start to poke out by the 2nd or 3rd month whereas some peoples will not poke out until the 8th or 9th month if at all! I carried my son for 9 months, and my belly button never poked out. Some day's I would think it was going to, and I gained 80lbs while pregnant, but it never popped out. Mine stayed right where it was for the whole pregnancy
No you cannot kill someone by poking them in the belly button, that is a myth. The only way that could happen is if they Had a Hernia in their belly button and you ruptured it. If you stabbed them or shot them in the belly button it could possibly kill them. However a simple poke or twirl in their belly button will not harm them. A hard poke would hurt, but it would not…
That very much depends on your body/belly button type, how big you get and when you 'pop'. Some women have their belly buttons pop out as early as 14 weeks! Some women don't have it happen until their third trimester. It also changes; your belly button can pop a bit, and then kind of even out with your belly not seem as big since the belly is huge.
Yes. You could get a scratch in your belly button. Your belly button could get infected. Your belly button could bleed. If your belly button get infected you have to clean it with hydrogen peroxide rubbing alcohol iodine or antiseptic cream. If it doesn't heal after a week you have to see a doctor at the clinic or hospital.
Everyone does or has at one time or another assuming they have a hairy stomach. Belly button lint (lintus-belly) occurs in hairy men and women. If a woman is prone to waxing her stomach, she will get lint because her belly button became a safe haven for the lint. A woman who never has to wax her belly is less likely to have her belly button become host to lint. If a girl has a…
no you dont have a umbilical cord you have a belly button your baby dose not have a belly button yet the umbilical cord attaches to the baby at its belly after its born the umbilical cord is cut giving the baby its belly button. However don't have your belly button pierced while you are pregnant as you will have to take the bar (or whatever) out towards the end.