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I fell down my bike and busted my knee 10 years ago when I was 9. Yesterday my mom saw this and asked wtf it is. When I said that it's 10 year old scab she was shocked and told me that it might be cancer or you're diabetic and go to doctor.

Should I be worried? I'm too lazy to go to doctor now.?
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>>56240023
it's megaAIDS, next time stop being such a fag
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>>56240023
a-anon, I.. I'm sorry. It's cancer.
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>>56240023
Its a big freckle that grew by coincidence
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Not cancer, but diabetes is very likely
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>>56240023
>I'm too lazy to go to doctor now.?
21st century natural selection
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How does your mom not see your knee for 10 years?
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>>56240023
id give it another 10 years and then maybe consider the doc?
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>>56240061
seconding this. Do you have type 2 diabetes?
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>>56240061
>>56240171
that's not a diabetic ulcer holy shit

op you have a scar (not a scab) with hyperpigmentation. big fucking whoop you enormous faggot
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It could be a keloid scar. I have one on my chest (though not as bad) and it happens when your body literally over-heals a wound. It's more likely to happen over bony areas like your kneecap.
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>>56240089
This
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How do you have the willpower to not immediately pick that scab?
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>>56240023
You've inhaled nerve gas. Rip in peace.



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