Earlobe Keloids

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When Stephanie was in high school, she had gauges in her ears. When she took them out and the holes closed up, she developed lumpy growths on the back of her earlobes. These so-called keloids are an unsightly and frustrating body issue and form as a result of rampant scar tissue.