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Moles, lumps and bumps

Posted In: Skin conditions 9 Replies
  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • November 29, 2007
  • 01:33 AM

Hi

1st I am wondering if any one know of a good website with pictures of skin issues. I am not looking for the icky bleeding sking cancer pics I am looking for example skin cancer but early stages.

I don't have ins, so I like to piggy back as much things as I can, like ask for a mole to get looked at when I do go in. Here is what's going on any help would be appreciated.

I am very moley (if thats a word), and lots of freckles. I have had a pre-cancerous mole removed. And others DR's were worried about.

I have a mole thats been on my cheek since I remember. Now in the last 6 months or so I have noticed (its hard to see) that it maybe has another mole? on top, and that one is smaller and grey. It always seem to be raw feeling, now last few days, the whole area is red and tender. As far as I know I did nothing to it.

And then I have 2 what look like pimples, but they are not. They are skin colored, and HARD as a ROCK. One grew in the last 2 months the other grew about 2 years ago. I have been to DR, and at that time didn't think it was an issue. Now it's been the 2 years and I am wondering if maybe it is something?

If you can help in anyway I would truly appreciate it. Thanks in advance.

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  • There is a paste that an herbalist recommended to me to remove moles at home called itworkspaste. I used to have skin cancer and the most common signs are:bleeding sore that doesn't healuneven borderschange in size and color Ps. The itworkspaste I used for my moles at home, did not have cancer found in them, and is for cosmetic purposes only.
    nogullie 28 Replies
    • February 17, 2008
    • 06:26 AM
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  • I've tried that itworks paste. After using another one that didn't work, I was really happy with the itworkspaste if you need to remove noncancerous moles.
    Shelly62 11 Replies
    • February 17, 2008
    • 01:05 PM
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  • I've tried that itworks paste. After using another one that didn't work, I was really happy with the itworkspaste if you need to remove noncancerous moles. Shelly, did you also use the emuscar after the itworkspaste removed your mole?
    nogullie 28 Replies
    • February 17, 2008
    • 01:29 PM
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  • Yes I did and the emuscar is a wonderful product in itself! I had a lot left over and I use it for other skin blemishes and for healing. I definitely would get that with it!:)
    Shelly62 11 Replies
    • February 17, 2008
    • 02:56 PM
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  • Yes I did and the emuscar is a wonderful product in itself! I had a lot left over and I use it for other skin blemishes and for healing. I definitely would get that with it!:) I just bought some more for a big mole my dad has and doc said was not cancer. He needed two applications but it did kill that big sucker!
    nogullie 28 Replies Flag this Response
  • I never had to use it twice. How did you do that?
    Shelly62 11 Replies Flag this Response
  • I never had to use it twice. How did you do that? There was only one mole I saw that was pretty big I guess it needed a second application. Once I wiped off the paste after 20 minutes, I reapplied it, waited another 20 minutes and then wiped it off again. Not too difficult:)
    nogullie 28 Replies Flag this Response
  • Oh - okay I see what you mean. My son has a large mole on his back so perhaps I will need to use two applications like you did.
    Shelly62 11 Replies Flag this Response
  • yeah, my mom had a big one too and we used two applications on her. Just make sure to use it right away because the air makes it dry out.
    nogullie 28 Replies Flag this Response
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