I recently went to the skin doc about a spot on my nose,
I am sure something is wrong, the doc just said she doesn't see anything. I told her that about a yr or so ago that I was using my normal face cream & my nose got a scab, it did heal .... Eventually. Now I can see a little round spot in the same place that the scar is .... She said she didn't see nothing to worry about but I believe it is something.
My nose is itchy & tingled.... Mostly when it's hot and muggy, which is all the time here lately. I haven't been feeling good lately, have had nausa and just fatigued .. I'm wondering if maybe that was something & now it has went beyond the skin. Please help. I am so scared that it's something very bad.
It would appear worse than just a little spot. I don't think a dermatologist would look at, say, skin cancer and blow it off, it is not invisible after all. If you don't believe your doctor, go see a dermatologist or a specialist in skin cancer. In the meantime, keep the sunblock on your nose.
I would defenitely go see another dermatologist. A similar thing happened to me. I spotted something (a small pinkish looking bump) on my nose and after a few months I realized it wasn't going away, The first dermatologist I saw said it shouldn't be anything serious and told me not to worry about it. I saw a second dermatologist and he ended up performing a biopsy. A few days later I found out I had basal cell. Luckily mine wasn't something life-threatening like melanoma, but yours may be different so I would go see another derm. Good luck
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