Hi, My situation is/was similar .I began having skin cancers at 28.I would go to the Dr. and be the youngest person in the office with these issues .I have had numerous pre-cancers,basal cell ,squamous cell and malignant melanoma. The best thing I did was find a Dr I could really talk to.I asked her if it was normal at my age for this to be happening. She said, no, but, everyone's damage reacts differently. This is harm we did to our skin when we were young. Be proactive with You, because every case is not the same.I even did a whole face and chest chemo light type therapy. Now I am older and they seem to have tapered somewhat. Get another opinion, or two, if you want more ideas. Ask friends for a good plastic surgeon or mohs specialist. See their work. I know because of my "bad skin" as I used to call it to my children, I have helped many people. Maybe you have and will,too. I am sorry. I know it disheartening. So,Be good to yourself and be proactive.View Thread
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