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2 Months After 3rd Ear Freezing

Next week I will go in for a 4th Ear Freezing. But I am shocked at how tiny the Keloid has gotten. My Dr said that one more freezing should completely remove it.

I am no longer self conscious about it. Now when I meet someone for the first time I know they are looking at me, and not at the bump on my ear. I no longer have little kids constantly asking what was on my ear.

And here is what it looked like before

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  1. Thats gotten alot smaller! I didnt think it looked so bad in the other pic, but, if it’s something you felt bad about, it’s nice to get it fixed.

    I had a mole on my back I had removed- I thought it was HUGE- actually it wasnt but I was always self conscious about it. You know what? I felt tons better afterwards 🙂

  2. i had one removed from my ear many years ago, i hated it, it was from piercing, cant have them, i also have them on my stomach, ever surgery i ever had created them, ugh, so i am happy to hear when someone gets them taken care of , no one but someone who had them can know how terrible you feel about yourself because of them, so congrats on getting it taken care of

    1. Thank you! I agree, no one can understand unless they have had one. Maybe people have never noticed it, but I saw it every single day for the past 7 years and I hated it. I hated looking at this enormous bump on my ear, and hated that little 7 year year olds would make me feel so bad I wanted to cray about it. I can’t even express in words how thankful I am for my Dr. and fixing this “cosmetic” issue!

  3. Wow, that is a significant difference! I have had keloids before, but luckily where they could be easily covered up. Glad you are gaining some of your confidence back because you are a beautiful young woman!

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