stage 1 melanoma on scalp
My sister lost her hair in the first month of me being diagnosed with stage 1 melanoma. She said it was the worst thing that could have happened to me. It was an absolute nightmare. It was so scary and overwhelming. I felt like I was going to die, and it didn’t get easier, but I also learned that I can have fun again and feel better.
Stage 1 melanoma is an incurable form of skin cancer that can grow back if you’re not careful. My sister’s hair was the only thing that was protecting me from it, so I was devastated when it was gone. It also felt like the end of my life. But at the same time, I felt like I was finally starting to get back on my feet and get my life back together.
I dont know if stage 1 is the worst thing that ever happened to you, but it does make it harder to move on because it takes a lot of time and energy to heal. With stages 1 and 2, you will naturally heal sooner. And there are more advanced stages. For example, stage 4 is a particularly nasty form of skin cancer that starts with a growth that begins in your hair.
I would love to get a second life, but I cant afford a second life. No way. I’ll be spending a lot of time with my husband, and my kids. As for your life, I want to go to college and go back to my parents because they want me to start a family right now.
I am currently in Stage 3 melanoma and I have been told that the other side of melanoma is more aggressive. I think that the chances of dying from Stage 1 are a lot higher if you have Stage 2. I am hoping that I can get through this stage and my skin will be back to normal again.
So, if you or someone you know are facing Stage 1 melanoma, it’s important that you stay on top of your treatment and monitoring so that you stay healthy. If you have one or more of the other cancers listed below, it’s definitely a good idea to speak to your doctor about the best course of treatment. If you have any other questions, you can call the National Cancer Institute at 1-800-4-CANCER or email cancer.gov.
In Stage 1 melanoma, the cancer starts in the lining of your skin but can spread to other parts of your body (including your lymph nodes) if it doesn’t quickly get treated. Once the cancer has spread, there is no cure. If you have Stage 1, you can reduce the chance of spreading cancer by having regular checkups and regular checkups.
If an cancer is in the lining of your scalp, it might be best to do surgery and then get a biopsy to look for it.
You could also have a skin cancer on your scalp that is already in the early stages. If it is, a biopsy or surgery to remove it is a good idea. The only way to know if it is cancerous is to do a biopsy.