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I'm treating a basal cell carcinoma on the side of forehead w/Efudex cream& since then it's been bleeding. Normal? When can I expect bleeding to stop?

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Dr. Warren Wolfe
Family Medicine
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It is not unusual for bleeding to occur maybe from trauma e.
g. rubbing to hard on the lesion but may also portent sometime more serious. You must return to the physician who prescribed the Efudex and have him/her re-evaluate the lesion.

In brief: Need more info

It is not unusual for bleeding to occur maybe from trauma e.
g. rubbing to hard on the lesion but may also portent sometime more serious. You must return to the physician who prescribed the Efudex and have him/her re-evaluate the lesion.
Dr. Warren Wolfe
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Dr. John Goldman
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Tell your dermatolig

You need to see your dermatologist This needs evaluation

In brief: Tell your dermatolig

You need to see your dermatologist This needs evaluation
Dr. John Goldman
Dr. John Goldman
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