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Recurrence on clnd scar or not?

Forums General Melanoma Community Recurrence on clnd scar or not?

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    momof4boys
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      So I had my clnd done 2 years ago and out of nowhere I know have 2 little black dots on my scar. They are close together. I know it’s not a stich because I have one of those on my wle. It’s not a hair either. What do you guys think? I think I see my derm next month.
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        ET-SF
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          Tell them you have two black dots on your scar, and they might schedule you sooner.

          ET-SF
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            Tell them you have two black dots on your scar, and they might schedule you sooner.

            ET-SF
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              Tell them you have two black dots on your scar, and they might schedule you sooner.

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