Anal fissure is the most common cause of rectal bleeding in the first two years of life. Not one of those responsible is willing to recognize that they have all been mistaken. Most umbilical hernias are asymptomatic; the decision to repair the umbilical hernia in the first years of life is largely cosmetic and is often performed because of parental request, not because of pain or dysfunction. Repair of low IA is relatively simple and is usually treated with perineal anoplasty; however, repair of high IA is more complex. General animal kingdom sites:
There are a few that appear to be mildly effective. This includes Caffeine, Green Tea and Glucomannan (a fiber that can reduce appetite). However, the results are usually weak and inconsistent and certainly nothing to get excited about.