you've already been diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma, regular medical checkups are necessary to prevent or
treat recurrence. However, the most effective preventive measure is to avoid direct exposure to the sun by
applying protective creams and wearing long clothing, hats, etc. In addition, the preventive measures can also
- Avoid tanning beds
- tanning beds degage UVA
rays that can penetrates into your skin and causes precancerous skin lesions; avoid them as long as you
- Get vitamin D
safely through a healthy
diet that may include vitamin D. If necessary, you can take vitamin D supplement.
skin check - check
your skin regular to detect skin changes or changes in moles. This is even more important if you have been
diagnosed with any form of skin cancer.
- Avoid sun exposure – prolonged exposure to sunlight and ultraviolet
radiation is the main risk factor for melanoma; therefore, avoid them should be your first step if you
really want to prevent squamous cell carcinoma. It is recommended to:
protective clothing and hat when you walk under the sun
exposure at times when solar radiation is high - usually between 10 am and 4 pm
protective sunscreen (20 index, at least) on your skin, and renew it every two hours and after swimming.
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