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by nikola61 on Thu Sep 06, 2012 07:03 PM
My husband had prostate removed 5 or 6 years ago and it was the primary cancer. Doctor said if there is a secondary it would most likely be lymphoma and bone cancer. He will not go back and has so many weird pains in legs and back and a weird odour as well. I believe he has cancer again but he does not want to know. Last night he had the tiniest spot on his leg just start bleeding for no reason. No injury or anything. Blood was running down his leg. What the heck is going on? I have never heard of someone just starting to bleed from a tiny speck on the skin and there was quite a lot of blood before it stopped. Can anyone shed some light on this. I have to say it scared me a lot because of my suspicions of cancer elsewhere.
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