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Does Finding A Black Spot On Your Vaginal Wall Mean You Have Cancer
Cancer is a group of diseases that is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth leading to invasion of surrounding tissues that spread to other parts of the body. Cancer can begin anywhere in the body and is usually related to one or more genetic mutations that allow normal cells to become malignant by interfering with internal cellular control mechanisms, such as programmed cell death or by preventing ...Read more
My dad previously diagnosed with prostrate cancer & the affect region was removed. However, recent report shows black spot in its kidney. Any danger?
I have a black spot that just appeared like a week ago on my left pinky toe and im scared its cancer?
Seeing Spots??: Calm down. The chances are that it is not cancer. and if it is, it is definitely treatable. Some conditions must be examined visually to be accurate and color changes, involving the skin or nails, is one. Take a picture now to memorialize it for future reference. To remove all doubt you might have, simply have your toe evaluated by a dermatologist. Healthtap can assist you or find one near you. ...Read more
I have a black spot inside my cheek, dosent hurt , I didn't bite or anything , I have for 3 weeks now and dosent go away , can be cancer ? I'm scared
Go to Doctor: You can go to a Doctot, a Dentist, an ENT or an Oral Maxillary Surgeon to have it evaluated ...Read more
What does cancer in the big toe look like and does it appear over time from a black spot -looking like you dropped something on your toe?
I have a black spot: ...under my toe nail too, so I hope not. A melanoma can appear as a dark spot anywhere on your skin, including a toe, or under a toenail. Most often a black spot that looks like you dropped something on your toe is an old hemorrhage from trauma. Old blood should resorb or grow out with the skin. A melanoma, on the other hand, may have irregular coloration, an irregular border, and grow over time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not so Gothic...: A few mutated genes can be passed parent-to-child making a person more vulnerable to additional mutations eventuating in cancer. This is no "black spot", just an altered base pair sequence. For most cancers, every mutation was probably acquired in the person rather from the sperm / egg. ...Read more
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