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Old 10-16-2009, 07:05 PM
Nataly Nataly is offline
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The surgeon said the H's location wasn't dangerous so it could be treated after the age of 6 months (with cryo or maybe laser). The aspect of my uneasiness is the best choice in this particular case - taking action now or waiting. On one hand - the possibility of scars, on the other - the possible growth that can lead to decreasing effectiveness of cryo or laser treatment in the future...
It seems I've read all the Internet about Hemangiomas. Although it's one-sided statistics - there's mainly info about extreme cases...But there're still too many comments on relapses and scars after cryotherapy...So I'd better choose laser.. But I'm not a doctor, I'm an IT programmer...(
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