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... My sister has had a black nail for 6 years now. She went to see a consultant yesterday and was told that the diagnoses had come up positive for a melanoma in 2010 but her doctor didn't tell her and as a result failed to refer her to a specialist. ... (0 replies)
... Hi. My 11 year old daughter had a dark mole on the top of her Big toe. I asked that it be taken off a couple of weeks ago. ... (12 replies)
... and as long as there is skin, there is the possibility of developing a melanoma. Granted, the big toe has more area and is probably more apt by luck of the draw, or it is simply more visible. Still, melanoma can develop under any of a person's 10 toes. ... (9 replies)

... ber talking to you on the Pregnancy Board. I hope all is well with your family! Bonnie, I will say a prayer for you and your family. That is most unusual to find melanoma on the 2nd biopsy, when the first one did not show melanoma. I am thinking of you. Please let us know how it all goes. ... (12 replies)
... do you happen to know if melanoma of the toe nail always happens in one of the big toes? ... (9 replies)
... I noted a bruised spot on my left big toe under the nail and assumed I had stubbed it or something. ... (13 replies)
... I had melanoma on my knee, but I do have a couple of moles on my feet and toes. One mole developed quite quickly after my melanoma on the side of big toe on my right foot. ... (5 replies)
... please help, any advice would be greatly appreciated. My partner went to his GP this week as his large toe nail has a black patch on it but he's not sure how long it's been there. ... (9 replies)
... I'm a 33 year old caucasion female. I had a suspected subungual melanoma removed from my big toe 12 days ago. I am still waiting for results, but what I am really shocked about is that "it" is growing back already!!! ... (13 replies)
... first off welcome to the board. I have done some reading up on subungal melanoma and there is quite a bit of info. ... (13 replies)
... What kind of causes could this be in a hispanic person or person of color? ... (18 replies)
... First, I have many risk factors for possible skin cancer. Many blistering sunburns in childhood. Pale, and inability to tan. I spent the first 16 years of my life just constantly burning and peeling. ... (9 replies)
... While melanoma on the nailbed is not unheard of, it is not extremely common. What is more common is simply a black spot on the nail that will grow out with the nail. ... (9 replies)
... Hi Kippy! I too am covered in very abonormal moles. I have had 3 removed, one on my back was over an inch in diameter and very dark. ... (12 replies)
... range to read this as I found a spot just like this on my toe, all details just like yours. I have an appointment set up with my general doctor next week. I am in my 20's and happily married. I have a family history of melanoma. I am also trying to stay calm and trying not to imagine the worst. ... (10 replies)
... I do not tan well, I burn if too much sun, been burned say only 3 times in my whole life, two when I was a child and one a few years ago. ... (12 replies)
... I've had this pigmented lesion on my right big toe for the past 4 months, it's not growing out and there is a slight raise. It does not hurt at all and it doesn't smell. ... (0 replies)
... Melanoma is very common in fact on the nail bed - also on the palms of the hands and the soles of the feet. (9 replies)
... sure it was malignant melanoma, this latest surgery was done. I see the surgeon this coming Tuesday, and on the same day in the afternoon I head to the "special hopsital' where they will determine the course of treatments to follow. ... (12 replies)
... I complained of my toes hurting after my biopsy late Jan 2009.... they were sore and then this comes up...... Not sure what to think. He wants me back in 4 weeks. Hey at least it is not a melanoma. It is under both big toes...only half of both nails.....kind of a pinkish brown.... ... (3 replies)




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