My wife has recently had one of these removed and awaited results from our local hospital. She has been given another appointment and been told this may require further treatment and they want to discuss options.
She has convinced herself that this means the mole is cancerous. I have been saying that it is probably standard procedure to give her advice and maybe check the wound etc.
Does anyone have experience of how the NHS in the UK proceeds following an excision of such a mole?
I am just trying to establish if this follow up appointment could just be routine or not (it's 6 weeks away!). Obviously, it may be bad news but not necessarily.
Any information would be appreciated.