Day 6 – Efudex follow-up for Basal Cell

Another day with little to report – no obvious physical effects other than a slight ‘pinkishness’, and the dry patch on the right side of my nose (on the opposite side to my basal cell interestingly enough) seems to have got a bit bigger.

Out at a marketing conference and exhibition all day today and kept wondering how much longer I’ll be able to go out and about in public without thinking twice about it – or rather, what other people will think about me. I’ve read how others using Efudix have ended up scaring little children because their faces have ended up so red and scabby!  Quite how bad is mine going to get?

Found this interesting article today – about a new, alternative to Mohs micrographic surgery for basal cells that’s being used in the U.S.  Not sure if this approach has been adopted in the UK as well.

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