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An umbilical granuloma, a small moist reddish lump/ball of tissue, becoming apparent following the separation of the umbilical cord. Normally the stump of umbilical cord gets dried off and falls within 15 days of birth without any complications. Sometimes instead of completely drying, the cord will form a granuloma (a small reddened mass of scar tissue) that stays on the belly button after the umbilical cord has fallen off.
Sometimes the umbilical granuloma can get infected and thus cause sepsis.
Usually it does not produce any symptoms like pain or any discomfort. However you may notice some:
If it becomes infected, symptoms of infection may include: