What are the symptoms of skin cancer?
Generally speaking, skin cancers tend not to give any pain, itching or oozing at all. Most people with a skin cancer are not made uncomfortable by the lesion on their skin. There are changes you can look out for and this depends on the type of skin cancer. For example, Melanoma will be a black mole which looks like it is changing every three to four months. Basal Cell Carcinomas (BCC) and Squamous Cell Carcinomas (SCC) tend to be a pink nodule, with a crusty surface and perhaps some bleeding.
Most skin cancers do not produce any pain or bleeding, but the commonest symptoms occur with Squamous Cell Carcinoma, which feels tender when pressure is applied to the skin.
I visited the clinic for a routine mole check and was very pleases with the treatment I received. Dr Rallan and his nurse were very thorough and explained everything fully. I will definitely visit the clinic on an annual basis to have my moles checked and would recommend this service to other people!
I have a considerable number of moles and blemishes. The consultation reassured me that none give cause for concern. I am now more aware of the likely appearance of suspect moles.
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