Is white blotches on stomach skin cancer?

Probably not. After the age of 30-35, the most likely cause for blotchy skin lesions you describe would be a benign condition called seborrheic keratoses. Nevertheless, if you are concerned, the safest course would be to have your doctor check them out, and possibly biopsy one or more.
White spots. These are called depigminted spots and are not usually cancerous. If you are concerned about these, you should consult a dermatologist.

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I got some white spots on my stomach. This happened after bed tanning. I saw my doctor but she only ran blood test but no results. Can it be skin cancer?

Unlikely, but... ...It sounds as though your own anxiety is sending you a caution about the future! did you know that in 1800's high society in the us and elsewhere a porcelain white skin was the ideal? Women would use dangerous bleaches to turn their skin marble white. Fashions change--the ideal is a skin that looks natural. Well, for sure that's what a doc is going to tell you--and in this case your own thoughts. Read more...
Unlikely. At your age skin cancer is very unlikely. If spots developed soon after tanning then it is likely reactive changes related to uv exposure. It could be a simple inflammatory type of rash or it could be an easily cured type of infection related to a fungus or bacteria. Primary doc or dermatologist could resolve for u quickly. Read more...
Tanning beds = bad. My first advice for you would be to stop using tanning beds. Using tanning beds before the age of 35 increases your risk of melanoma by 75%. Blood tests are not useful in detecting skin cancers. If the spots remain, the best test is a small skin biopsy. www.roxcancercenter.com. Read more...

Red blotch on my forhead is it skin cancer I work in the sun all day and now have a red thing coming up on my forhead and it is starting to hurt

Skin cancer. It sounds as if this may be a type of skin cancer, likely a squamous cell or basal cell carcinoma, but it could also be a melanoma. Please see your doctor or a dermatologist to have it looked at and possibly biopsied or removed entirely. Read more...
Need to be evaluated. Hard to know what it is without physically looking at it or touching it. You should see your primary care doctor or a dermatologist to get this looked at. A biopsy is needed for definitive diagnosis. Good luck. Read more...

I have a bruise like blotch that seems to be under my skin, it appeared over night on the top of my breast, what are the symptoms of skin cancer etc?

Probably not cancer. Skin cancer is rare in someone 23 years old. I wouldn't worry about it. The symptoms of skin cancer are change in or development of a mole or skin nodule that is raised or flat, asymmetric, discolored, and that grows in size. Your symptoms should go away on their own within a few days. Read more...
Probably OK, but... If this fades quickly, it's likely a bruise or broken blood vessel. But there is rare type of breast cancer called inflammatory breast cancer that can start with bruising like this. If you have pain, pressure, a heavy feeling in your breast, or if the discoloration doesn't fade in a day or two, see a doctor immediately. It would be very rare to get breast cancer at age 23, but it happens. Read more...
Identify cause first. Post traumatic bruising is the most likely cause but best to see your pcp or breast surgeon so that a full history and examination can be undertaken. Read more...

I have brown spots on lips? I have 4 of them and they look kind of like freckles and are flat as well. Is this some sort of skin cancer?

See Ender's Game. The movie - teen actor has it too. It is unlikely to be cancer. Peutz jaeger's syndrome, associated with GI avm's is a possibility. Ask your pcp/iternist first. But no rush. Read more...

Are white spots on my skin a from of skin cancer?

Not necessarily. White spots is not a typical description for skin cancer. Nonetheless, skin issues that are new, bothersome, non-healing, or growing need to be checked to rule out skin cancer and to provide you with a definite diagnosis. See your dermatologist or family physician for more info on your white spots. Read more...
Need to see. See your doctor or better yet a dermatologist. Many skin lesions can be white and be normal. A dermatologist can check your skin and help diagnose and treat if necessary. Some causes of white spots include idiopathic guttate hypomelanosis to vitiligo. Skin cancer does not typically present as white spots. Read more...

My mom has found skin cancer spots and she has made her own "blood root remedity". She claims its working. Is this safe? I'm very concerned.

Need pathology. There are several kinds of skin cancers. First, before any treatment is instituted, one must get the proper diagnosis. Read more...
Won't work. If your mother truly has some sort of skin cancer (there are many) "blood root remedy" will not work for any of them. I can't speak to the safety of it. As stated by another doc, getting the proper diagnosis (will require biopsy) is the most important first step. For certain types of skin cancer in early stages, all that sometimes is required is removal of the growth during the biopsy. See doc. Read more...
Dermatology eval. Skin cancer can be serious and should not go without proper diagnosis and treatment. Your mother should see her dermatologist for evaluation. If the skin spots look suspicious your doctor will do a biopsy and discuss treatment options. It is possible the spots on your moms face are not skin cancer but she should have it checked to be sure. Please do not let her ignore it or self treat it. Read more...