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... I'm terrified of that. I'll be okay with some scarring, but having no nose is too much for me to handle. ... (3 replies)
... I'm terrified of that. I'll be okay with some scarring, but having no nose is too much for me to handle. ... (9 replies)
... ame question as you and he said it was doubtful they would come back but if they did it would be easier to remove because they would not be as deep. I'm with you on skin grafts because our bodies can do miraculous things. Worry is a wasted though but believe me it hard not too. ... (3 replies)

... i just had Mohs surgery on my nose. I've chosen not to have a skin graft and let it heal by secondary intention. ... (3 replies)
... All Basal Cells will spread or infiltrate tissue if left untreated but it takes many, many years. The pictures I have seen on line of people with no faces and so forth were people who hadn't been treated. ... (28 replies)
... I would also look into Photodynamic Therapy. I have no idea if it'd work on this type of BCC, but it's worth a shot. I have seen some stellar examples of the work of PDT on the Web, for what that's worth. ... (28 replies)
... How can you distinguish a morpheaform BCC from other ones? ... (16 replies)
... shaped or anything. It almost looks like it came from a pore or something. And when I press on it, it goes flat and the color fades out of it. Same thing happens when I stretch it. ... (1 replies)
... I'm terrified of that. I'll be okay with some scarring, but having no nose is too much for me to handle. ... (9 replies)
... I have this bump on my nose that it slowly getting bigger. It's been there for about 10 months now. I thought it was an enlarged or infected pore or something. ... (1 replies)
... It was on the tip of my nose. I had seen the pictures and was so scared, but the surgery was a breeze. ... (21 replies)
... Can you tell me a little more about the BCC on your nose? ... (8 replies)
A question
Mar 31, 2004
... I was 27 or so when I had my first basal cell removed. I am 32 now. Yes, this has taken a toll on me emotionally. I hear others saying this is not a big deal and basal cells are curable etc. but I do not feel the same optimism. The scars bother me the most. ... (14 replies)




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