My husband Steve visited his dermatologist today
for a suspicious-looking spot on his head
What you can't see are the 3 "horns" he calls them
This is Steve
Here's the surprising stuff:
1. The large brown spot is benign. The doctor explained if it's uniform in shape, it's usually not cancer or pre-cancer.
2. The "horn's" which you can't see are pre-cancer. Pre-cancerous spots produces something that
feels similar to a briar in your skin.
3. Pre-cancerous spots are usually rough to the touch. Your skin may not appear too disturbing
but if it's unusually rough, have it checked.
Steve had one benign spot and four pre-cancerous patches
just as described above,
the ones that needed treated felt like briars or scaly skin
before treatment & after treatment
Watching the doc
spray burn his poor head was painful for me!
I can't imagine how he felt!
Steve asked the doc "What if I start crying?"
She replied "I'll cry with you. I'm a good cry buddy!"
sweet, sweet lady
Is it just me?
did that suspicious spot move backwards?
Please protect your skin with sun block and clothing.
if you see a suspicious spot, prickly or scaly skin
have it checked
prevention is one of the best medicines!
looking for suspicious stuff,
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