Home remedies for yeast infection in belly button

 

Most people do not even think that their belly button will also get infected!!

We are here to say that the navel hole can also become infected and cause a foul-smelling discharge.

By reading this article, you will get acquainted with some umbilicus problems and fungal infections.

In addition, we will introduce Home remedies for yeast infection in belly button to you.

 

If you have a bad smell in the belly button, read more

 

What causes a bad belly button odor?

Causes of bad belly button odor

What are the symptoms of belly button infection?

Who gets the most common fungal infections of the belly button?

Home remedies for yeast infection in belly button

The correct way to clean the belly button at home

When should we see a doctor?

In non-purulent cases, what substances should we use to clear the belly button infection?

 

 

What causes a bad belly button odor?

In most cases, the smell of the belly button is due to lack of personal hygiene and will not be life threatening.

Navel odor may be accompanied by discharge, itching, pain, or flatulence, in which case a visit to the doctor is necessary.

 

 

Causes of bad belly button odor

  • Accumulation of dead skin layers can cause a foul odor.

 

  • Inflammation and infection:

The skin around the belly button may also be inflamed and may smell bad.

In these cases, there is probably a bacterial infection of the anaerobic type.

 

  • Pregnancy:

Excessive sweating is a normal condition during pregnancy. This sweat may accumulate in the umbilicus and cause bad smell in belly button.

Therefore, it is better to clean the inside of your belly button every day with an alcohol-soaked cotton swab or an alcohol-soaked ear cleaner.

 

  • body shape:

Obese people with large bellies are more prone to belly button infections.

These people have large belly button that may have been hidden under the layers of their abdomen for a long time, so there is a high chance that dead skin cells and sweat will be buried inside them, creating a foul odor.

 

  • People with diabetes:

Infection is more common in people with diabetes, so people with diabetes are more likely than others to have an odor and belly button infection.

 

  • Stay exposed to the sun and UV rays:

It damages the layers of the skin as the body's first defense barrier and makes the skin prone to inflammation and infection.

 

 

What are the symptoms of belly button infection?

  • Fungal infections:

Stinky discharge

Bad navel smell

The most common cause of fungal infection of belly button is Candida.

These infections are very common in hot and humid environments.

 

  • Bacterial infections:

If there is a purulent discharge in your belly button, suspect a bacterial infection.

This type of infection occurs when the belly button is not cleaned and washed

 

  • The duct between the belly button and the bladder remains open:

There is a duct between the bladder and the belly button that usually needs to be closed after birth.

If this duct remains open, the chances of bacterial and fungal infections of the belly button are high.

 

  • Belly button infection after surgery:

At this time there is redness and swelling and pain in the belly button.

Bad belly button odor and purulent discharge may also be present in the belly button.

 

  • In very rare cases, the skin of some people is prone to bad smell.

 

  • Uncommon causes of bad belly button odor are fatty cysts that are harmless and rare but need to be followed up.

 

  • Eczema:

It causes a large number of dead skin cells to accumulate in the umbilicus. Eczema may be accompanied by scaling of the belly button skin and can get worse if bacteria or fungi are added.

 

 

Who gets the most common fungal infections of the belly button?

People with:

  • navel piercing
  • Diabetic
  • extra weight

Are more likely to develop fungal infections of the belly button.

 

 

Home remedies for yeast infection in belly button:

  • Use cleansing saline serum available from pharmacies to clear the infection:

This solution can absorb moisture and help control infection.

 

  • Use a warm compress to reduce pain:

Heat a towel and place it on your stomach

 

  • Use Tea tree oil:

This extract is one of the natural ways to treat inflammation and infection.

This extract is said to have many antifungal and antibacterial properties.

If there are open wound and pus, you should not use this substance without your doctor's approval.

 

  • A good option to eliminate bad smell in belly button is alcohol:

Dip the cotton swab into ethyl alcohol or medical alcohol and clean the inside of the navel daily.

If you have a baby whose umbilical cord smells bad, consult a doctor first, and if your doctor approves, soak a small ball of cotton in medical alcohol twice a day and place it on the umbilical cord.

 

  • Do not allow soap and shampoo foam or creams and lotions to accumulate inside the navel because they easily absorb fungal and infectious bacteria.

 

 

The correct way to clean the belly button at home

If your belly button odor is not due to purulent and infectious secretions and is due to poor hygiene and being greasy, you can use belly button cleaning methods at home, but if there is a purulent infection, nothing should be done arbitrarily.

In non-purulent cases, clean the navel as follows:

Dip the cotton swab in the solution or alcohol and rub your belly button with it, to completely remove the hair and dead cells. Now wipe the solution from the navel with a clean cotton swab.

 

 

When should we see a doctor?

In the following cases, you must see a doctor with a belly button infection and refrain from arbitrary actions:

 

  • Redness of the skin
  • Pain when urinating
  • Sensitivity of the abdomen and navel
  • Fever
  • Decreased appetite

 

 

In non-purulent cases, what substances should we use to clear the belly button infection?

In non-purulent cases, you can use the following ingredients to clear the belly button infection:

  • Salt water
  • Coconut oil
  • White vinegar
  • Aloe Vera
  • Turmeric
  • Indian lilac(Neem)
  • Peppermint
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