Homeopathy Medicine for Squamous Cell Carcinoma
The second most prevalent type of skin cancer is called squamous cell carcinoma (SCC), and it is typically found on parts of the body that have been exposed to UV rays from the sun or tanning beds, such as the head, neck, chest, upper back, ears, lips, arms, legs, and hands.
Slow-growing skin cancer, SCC can spread to nearby lymph nodes, bones, and tissues, making it difficult to treat.
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Symptoms of Squamous Cell Carcinoma :
- a wart-like bump in the form of a dome
- Red, crusty, scaly, and easily bleeds skin patch
- a cut or scrape that never fully heals
- growth with lower middle area that could bleed or itch and raised edges
exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays, such as those from a tanning bed or the sun,
This can cause these cells to grow out of control, which can result in squamous cell carcinoma. It affects the middle and outer layers of skin.
- Older age
- Fair-skin tone
- eyes that are gray, blue, or green
- Blonde or red hair
- UV rays from the sun being present
- Skin cancer, precancerous skin lesions, or a history of sunburns
- Tanning beds and bulbs
- long-term contact with chemicals like arsenic in water
- HPV, HIV, AIDS, or Bowen’s disease
- Exposed to radiation
- Inherited DNA condition
- Weakened immune system
Squamous cell carcinoma, which can rarely be life-threatening, can spread and harm healthy tissue and organs if it is not treated.
- There is a significant or deep cancer.
- Lips and other mucous membranes are affected by the cancer.
- Certain illnesses, such as some forms of leukemia, have compromised your immune system.
Prevention of Squamous Cell Carcinoma
- When exposed, stay out of the sun.
- daily application of sunscreen to exposed skin, even in the rain and clouds.
- Avoid tanning beds.
- Regularly examine your face, neck, ears, scalp, chest, arms, hands, legs, feet, genital area, and between your buttocks for any new growths or changes in moles, freckles, bumps, or birthmarks; call your doctor if you see anything that seems suspicious.
We’re more likely to develop skin cancer again if we’ve already been diagnosed with it.
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