umm a couple of weeks ago i realised their was a patch of small rough lumpy skin on my elbow, i thought this was what my elbow was like all along.
it grew a bit to a more noticable size the next time i saw it and to my surprise i went and showed my dad , it took approximately 1 week for us to go to the doctor and by this time it had doubled to the size of the pictures , it is not one big lump it feels like a couple of smaller lumps really close togheter and now looks quiet disgusting. the doctor said she had seen nothing like it but suspects it to be warts , but in my opinion dont warts take a longer time to grow ? this lump thing pretty much doubled in a week.
i thought id post it here and see if any other medical proffesionals could give their views on it.
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