Last year I was told I had a benign melanoma on my arm. I've gone in every six months to get check ups and I was supposed to have one this month but it got moved to October. Lately I've been having a lot of troubles breathing, catching my breath. I could just be sitting down and it happens. I'm always so tired, too and I've developed a bit of a cough. I don't have allergies and no longer have asthma problems I was reading that Shortness of Breath and Cough could be an indicator of trouble. Should I consider seeing if I can get in to see my dermatologist early?
I've also noticed that some of the larger moles on my shoulder and above my eyebrow are painful if I touch them or if anything comes into contact with them. Thanks for any help (:View Thread
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