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duskredactor Posted - 10/25/2016 : 13:10:15
I had a basal cell lesion on my back. Two years ago I used curaderm and seemed to get rid of it. However, it returned and now there is a painful lesion that bleeds in the middle of where the orginal was. It's about 1/2 the size of the original, but I'm sure it will grow if left unchecked.

Does anyone have experience with curderm applied a 2nd time, or with a recurrance of basal cell that is painful and bleeds?

Thanks so much for any help with this question!!!
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Dougrun Posted - 11/16/2016 : 20:10:30
Cymulium didnt do anything for me personally. I'd only do 1 treatment at a time, otherwise you could be wasting it and curaderm isnt cheap. I went through 9 tubes on my scalp.
trueson Posted - 11/15/2016 : 18:13:08
I would also try hitting it with something else between the Curaderm applications like orange oil or Cymilium.
Dougrun Posted - 10/30/2016 : 19:15:51
I jut finished my treatment about 3 weeks ago on a large patch and its still a bit red with a scar but nothing indicating mine has returned. I do believe curaderm works but you also have to look at other factors like diet. If you have any left over, i'd do it again.

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