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An_247072 posted:
About a month ago I had a removal of a spot the size of a dime on my Butt - Thats right - have you ever heard of cancer on the Butt - and no I never did nude sunbathing. Any way they said they got all of it and 5 stitches later I went home. They just told me to get a PAP and monitor my self regularly. Any one else out there with Cancer on the Butt. Also because of this I had to stop my injections for RA. Not good.!!!
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Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi Anon -

Sorry for the delayed response and hope all is healing well. Not only unusual but an uncomfortable place to have something removed.

Thought you may be interested in this response from Dr. Steppie (although he is referring to melanoma) explaining "can appear on parts of the body that rarely or never see the sun".

Will you be able to begin your injections in the future?

Elizabeth


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