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    Default quick qu. Can betadine sweat off as a liquid runny down, after 18 hrs?

    Can betadine sweat off as a ****** runny down, after 18 hrs?

    The nurse put some on my scar last night and I just had brownish liquid run out from under the bandage and run down my belly.

    I am going change the dressing now but it made me wonder. Can it?

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    When I've put it on DD's grazes etc, occasionally it has run out from underneath, yes.
    Is that all it looks like though? Ie not sticky or anything non-betadine-like?

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    No it does look infected as such, but it very wet inside the fake/new belly button. I am just a little paranoid because of bub.

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    Not sure what you had done but my DP had keyhole surgery a few months ago, one of the incisions was through his belly button and it was really wet too.. Doctor said it was normal (but it was weird, it was REALLY wet!).
    I'm sure its probably ok, maybe try and speak to the nurse who put it on though to ease your mind?

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    I had a belly button hernia fixed (not key hole) and as part of the process they had to remove my bb and make me a new one. Being 20 weeks pg and being over the top of where bub is makes me nervous.


 

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