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    Everymoment
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      I had vulvar melanoma about seven years ago. I had my labia removed and SNB was clear. The past couple of months I noticed a sore on my labia. I went in today and the doctor said I had a swollen node right next to where my mole was. She biopsied it and called my oncologist. I can’t believe this. I’m devastated. The results are coming back next week.
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        Michelle820
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          (Hugs) I am so sorry. Praying your biopsy is okay. 

            Everymoment
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              Thank you. I am praying too.
              Everymoment
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                Thank you. I am praying too.
                Everymoment
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                  Thank you. I am praying too.
                Michelle820
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                  (Hugs) I am so sorry. Praying your biopsy is okay. 

                  Michelle820
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                    (Hugs) I am so sorry. Praying your biopsy is okay. 

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