posted on Dec, 29 2007 @ 05:12 PM
I'll first preface this by saying that I doubt anyone is an 'expert' in the field of scars caused by unexplained means... there are just too many
variables, and so little concrete casework/evidence to go by. I doubt anyone in the world can be an expert in a field that does not officially
However, when you say 'unexplained', do you mean by the medical profession? or just by yourself and your family?
If you have not had it examined by a doctor or medically trained person, and you want answers, they should be your first step.
I'd also say that the following would be a good idea:
Photographs of the area/scar.
Record details of when you first noticed it, or when it first appeared. (do you have any pictures of the area when you were young to see if it appears
there - a long shot I know)
Detail any changes, pain in the area etc.
However all in all, it will always be 'unexplained' until you get it examined further by professionals...
I will always say though, eliminate the obvious first, the not so obvious second, the strange 3rd, and then the very strange... Only when *every*
other natural alternative has been exhausted, should you look for more, shall we say 'bizarre/unexplainable' answers...
Peace, and good luck,