About Amelanotic Melanoma

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Major Symptoms of Amelanotic Melanoma

Amelanotic melanoma is a rare type of skin cancer that affects the skin, typically in areas with a lot of sun exposure, such as the face, neck, and hands. The major symptoms include a dark mole (or spot) that is usually flat, brown, or black, with a diameter of 3-6 millimeters. It may grow slowly or may have grown large enough to be noticed. Other symptoms may include itching, pain, or a burning sensation when the affected area is scratched. If you notice any of these symptoms, it is important to seek medical attention as soon as possible.

Suitable Lifestyle for People with Amelanotic Melanoma

Suitable lifestyle options for people with Amelanotic melanoma include:

1. Pay attention to sun protection: Patients with Amelanotic melanoma need to pay special attention to sun protection and try to avoid direct sunlight, especially in hot summer. You can choose to use sunscreen with SPF30 or above and apply it regularly.

2. Avoid trauma: Patients with Amelanotic melanoma need to avoid skin trauma to avoid aggravating the condition. For example, don't scratch the skin and avoid things like punctures.

3. Pay attention to diet: Patients with Amelanotic melanoma need to pay attention to diet and eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, foods rich in vitamin C, etc. At the same time, avoid eating foods and beverages rich in irritants, such as coffee, chocolate, alcohol, etc.

4. Regular check-ups: Patients with Amelanotic melanoma need to check their condition regularly in order to detect changes in their condition early. It is recommended to have a skin check every 3-6 months.

5. Keep a good mood: Patients with Amelanotic melanoma need to maintain a good mood and avoid mood swings to avoid aggravating the condition. You can exercise appropriately to keep your body and mind happy.

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