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... Hi Mabent, Thanks so much for your reply! How are you doing following your surgery? How big of an area had to be cut out and were they able to stitch you up afterwards? How long do you have to keep the bandaid on and how long until you can have the stitches removed if you did get stitched up? I'm actually not fair-skinned at all..which is also why it's more surprising... (14 replies)
... well, that was an incorrect assumption! Mydermatologist immediately diagnosed it as a basal cell carcimoma and asked how long I had had it. I really didn't remember how long, which annoyed him....but he said he thought he could get rid of it that day. ... (14 replies)
... Hi Carms, I had basal cell cancer on the hub of my nose at age 50. ... (14 replies)

Basal cell
Jun 21, 2012
... I have just been told I have a basal cell on my forehead I'm really scared what is going to happen. I'm awaiting a appointment. ... (2 replies)
... basal cell on the tip of my nose. ... (11 replies)
... I recently had a biopsy for a lesion near the tip of my nose that turned out to be a basal cell CA. I had this spot for several years, but since three different doctors said that it didn't look like anything bad, I chose to ignore it. ... (1 replies)
... g Mederma on it to minimize the scar. My hair style covers it slightly but still shows through. I got a copy of my pathology reports. The first one showed the basal cell carcinoma from the shaving and the second report after they removed it showed that the margins were clear. Assuming then they got it all! ... (7 replies)
... CC may be the least agressive, but it doesn't mean that the cancer won't leave a considerable amount of damage. I didn't act on my first Skin Cancer, which was a basal cell until it had rooted deeply. If you have had time to search a few threads here, you may have seen what I had to go through. ... (7 replies)
... I was diagnosed with basal cell carcinoma from a biopsy on my forehead near my hairline. It is about as big as a pencil eraser. I wil be having it removed and he told me I will have a "big bandage". ... (7 replies)
... thank you for your info. How long did it take to recover from the stiches of skin cancer removal? Also, two years ago I asked my derm about aldira cream but she was against it. I did some reading on the effudex as I have quite a few ak's an sk's on my face which I would LOVE to get rid of before they turn cancerous. (27 replies)
... It all depends at what stage basal cell spots are as to whether surgery or freezing is the best way. ... (27 replies)
... Doctor removed some skin on my forehead that he said may possibly be basal cell carcinoma. He is sending tissue to lab and will get results in 2 weeks. If it is positive, what can I expect to happen? ... (14 replies)
... In September I finally made an appointment with a dermatologist who performed a biopsy which came back positive for Basal Cell Carcinoma. ... (9 replies)
... every basal cell can look different. The first one that appeared on my nose about ten years ago was the classic sore that wouldn't heal. ... (8 replies)
... I for got to say that was 4 years ago. :) (1 replies)
... The first time I went to dermatologist I was 57 told I had a large one behind my ear, 2 on my forehead and 2 on my arm. He surgically removed them and I haven't been back since. I keep an eye out and use Curaderm on them if I get a growth of any kind. ... (1 replies)
... I would think they really wouldn't. If the basal cell is right between your eyes, and that area will be operated on, if you have any of those "frown lines," they might less noticeable. Maybe? ... (1 replies)
... operating room and I saw my doctor come in. The next thing I knew I was in the recovery room with the nurses tryig to wake me up. They took a skin flap from my forehead and attached it to make it the new left side of my nose. So now I am covered with bandages. That's not all that bad... ... (9 replies)
... And even if it was a basal cell relax. I have had dozens of them in my life and I am still kicking. I totally agree with the other posters when it comes to doing your own research on the net. ... (3 replies)
... No I do not think they are connected. I just had my third basal cell removed last week. You need to seriously relax and quit looking up stuff on the internet. The spot just showed up last week. You need to QUIT WORRYING!!! ... (3 replies)


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