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... Go to a dermatologist. Going to a plastic surgeon is unnecessary. Tell them that the mole itches and is bothering you, and your insurance should cover it. ... (11 replies)
... If your mole itches, tingles, or stings for 2 to 3 weeks, ask your physician to look at it. The possibility that it may be melanoma should not be overlooked. ... (2 replies)
... Be sure to show the dermatologist your mole. He will know whether it needs to be looked into further. I grew up in So Cal and burnt to a crisp many times. My skin has lots of sun damage and I've had a couple spots of non-spreading skin cancer removed. My regular doctor told me it was 'nothing' so I let it go for awhile......I should have known better! (6 replies)

... You should go to your doctor, have it check. From your description it fits in the signs of cancer. Here are seven signs of cancer, they call it caution. Change in bowel or bladder habits could be a sign of colorectal cancer. Asore that does not heal on the skin or in the mouth could be a malignancy and should be checked by a doctor. Unusual bleeding or discharge... (1 replies)
... In the past two months a mole that has always been on my back, has suddenly began to rapidly change shape and appearance. When I was younger the mole was always flush against the skin, and was always dark in color. My family has a long history of having these moles, especially for the women. ... (1 replies)
... That was good advice, to tell them that it itches and burns, for the insurance to pick it up.. actually mine does itch a lot at times though. ... (11 replies)
... itches. My underarms itch alot lately.. I think its because of my deorderant, anyway back to the problem... There was this little black thing which I think was a mole that was sticking out of my underarm, and I never saw it before so I think it must have showed up a couple of days ago. ... (0 replies)
... I have this annoying mole looking thing on my chest. My doctor looked at it, didn't know what it was because it's almost clear looking and when I poke at ITCHES!!!!! ... (5 replies)
Itchy mole?
Mar 13, 2003
... Had anyone ever heard of an itchy mole? What do you do for it? I have one that I THINK is a mole but off and on it itches/stings sometimes. I went to a doctor-he didn't know what it was and I can't get into Dermatologist until Sept.! (3 replies)
... I have a tiny mole on my cheek that has been itching and burning. could someone tell me what that could be? ... (2 replies)
... that grows, changes colour, itches or becomes scaly should be seen by a Dr or Dermo Dr. ... (1 replies)
MOLES - Curious..
May 30, 2007
... it is your choice to have a mole removed. If your primary doctor will not do this for you, get yourself to a derm and let him do it. If it itches and bothers you, it should be biopsied. ... (5 replies)
... g looked good. Now I've got another and I've got an appointment with the doctor on Wednesday. I can't really see it, but I can feel it. It feels almost like a mole and like I said, it itches. What could this be? ... (0 replies)
... I have a couple questions. Should you be scared if a mole starts to itch? ... (1 replies)
No more moles!
May 4, 2005
... eye2eye, my scar isn't pretty. It's was pink but is now smaller and slightly reddish and very slightly raised. The scar is still bigger than the original mole was, and yet I prefer the scar to the mole. I hate the damn moles. I don't know how it will look given more time. ... (196 replies)
... inch wide with a small mole in the middle. The mole has been there for years but the white ring around it is new. It itches when scratched and i'm trying to find out what it is. Does anybody know what it may be? ... (2 replies)
... Another way mole removal may get covered by insurance is if it is in a place where it gets irritated by a elastic waistlines, bra strap, clothes, if it itches or you scratch it, etc. Try telling your general practitioner they are really irritating. He may do it in his office. ... (33 replies)
... Thanks for the advice. I'll make an appointment with my doctor. Misty :-) (2 replies)

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