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Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Kerry71
Posts: 1
Joined: Jul 2018

Hello,

I am a 71 year old female who had a skin tag for 2-3 years and finally had it removed a week ago.  Pathology report came back and stated findings were SCC, my DR. was shocked by this as was I.  The margins were good, it was superficially invasive and it was decided I should go back in to have the roots cauterized.

Now I cannot get an appointment to go back in for a month as my DR. will be out of the office, so my questions is this,  once they removed the skin tag are the roots still living?  I have considered a Deermatologist even though my Dr. did not think it necessary but I have other growths that should be checked and I have read that SCC often comes back. I hate when I  hear "I think you can wait a month", or I don't think you need a Dermatologist.  My father had colon cancer and they told him they "thought" they had it all and he  passed away from it.  Anyway any advice or comments would be appreciated.

 

 

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Dooris1234
Posts: 2
Joined: Aug 2018

Hi Kerry

I am 60 yr old female. My SCC CIS I think... stage 1 or stage o biopsy came back Friday.  I had small red patch on my butt, they removed the entire lesion to send to lab As well, they want me back at end of month.  I freaked out and wanted to come back tomorrow before I leave for holiday.  They want to “ scrape and burn any roots as well”. I was driving them crazy with coming in sooner, but they convinced me the lesion is OFF and any remaining “area” really isnt going anywhere in 2 weeks.  It actually did make sense when I thought about it.

I would like to get the word out, that SCC comes in ALL shapes, sizes and colors!  Often does not look like pictures on google... I had mine for about 6 months or so, caught very early.  If anything looks “different “ and most important doesn’t go away, go to see your Dermo.

 

dganley
Posts: 1
Joined: Aug 2018

I was diagnosed with an scc in situ on left cheek under eye.  Has anyone had it spread to nodes from this location?  ive had bcc mohs and frozen.  this one has me a little nervous.

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