I have little holes on my breasts, around the nipple skin and on the actual breast. There are quite a few of them, it looks like they have been pierced, but obv they haven't.. Also, on my nipple skin I have what looks like a a small cut out circle on the skin looks like the top layer of skin has been removed to reveal a small circle shape.. Is this normal?.
Early Signs of Breast Cancer, From 9 Women Who Experienced Them
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Ulcerating cancers are sometimes called fungating cancers tumours or wounds. Fungating describes what the cancer might look like. They can grow in the shape of a fungus or cauliflower. They can also develop from skin cancers such as melanoma. An ulcerating tumour can develop in untreated cancer. Sometimes people are so frightened about what a doctor will tell them that they don't go to the doctor.
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Skin changes color usually because something is going on in the body. For example, a person may look yellow because of liver problems, slightly blue because of breathing problems, bruised because of blood disorders, or pink or red because of skin problems or extra sensitivity to sunlight. In cancer patients, changes in the skin color can be due to the side effects of cancer treatment , tumor growth, or sun exposure.
Telling moles and melanoma apart is not easy, even for dermatologists with years of training. So, be sure to contact your doctor if you have any questions. This gallery of photographs will alternate between normal, benign moles and melanoma so that you can learn to recognize each. A nevus is a benign non-cancerous melanocytic tumor, more commonly called a mole. Nevi the plural of nevus are not usually present at birth but begin to appear in children and teenagers.