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... Note I have a lot of brown moles. Have had several removed which my GP says "they came back fine". ... (1 replies)
... I've looked at pictures on the internet and this spot doesn't look like the ones I've seen. But frankly, I think they use some of the most obvious melanoma pictures. Big, ugly, oozing and crusting. I'm sure not all melanomas look that, do they? ... (3 replies)
New mole
Apr 7, 2005
... over the last few weeks i have notice a mole or something that resembles one forming on my cheek. It is quite small but i know that it wasn't there even at Christmas....i was looking back through recent photos.. ... (5 replies)

... There are several different types of skin cancer and only melanoma is the dangerous one. Did the biopsy say it would have developed into melanoma? ... (12 replies)
... There are a number of different skin cancers, and some are very slow growing and can be in the skin for years before becoming fatal. The most common are basal and squamous cell. ... (6 replies)
... I have a couple of questions......I'm a 42 y.o. female who has tanned my entire life, many sunburns as a child on Lake Michigan. In 1995 I had a mole removed from my abdomen and was told it was a Clark's Level 2. ... (9 replies)
... hi, i am 22 yrs old and just became a mother in april. i have always had a lot of freckles and a few moles but i never started worrying about them until recently. can anyone tell me the difference between skin tags and raised moles? ... (1 replies)
... Melanoma can start as a new mole or arise in an existing mole. I have a lot of sun damage too. Grew up in the 70's and tans were in and no one warned or said a thing about skin cancer. So I tanned and burned and never thought a thing of it. Now I'm paranoid as well. But it goes in spurts. ... (2 replies)
... Well the only way to know for certain is to have the biopsy done. ... (4 replies)
... Just curious. The reason I am so vigilant with my moles and removing them is because my sister was diagnosed with Stage I Melanoma. She's fine and it's been more than 5yrs since it was found. ... (12 replies)
... situ also in 87, then I had a melanoma one in 92... ... (3 replies)
... Oh, good heavens! That is a terrible thing! ... (5 replies)
... I will be going this week if they can get me in. My dr. just removes them without question because of my family history. ... (8 replies)
... Now as to why derms do shaves, most moles aren't melanoma. ... (9 replies)
... Sorry I didn't respond sooner, but I've been battling an evil cold that has left me feeling wiped out! ... (5 replies)
... I am significantly older than you at 48, but I had my melanoma diagnosed and removed at 46. Luckily, I was staged at 1B, but I still live with some concern about making my 10 year anniversary. ... (5 replies)
Growing Mole
Apr 9, 2007
... I don't have a lot of moles except for a couple tiny ones here and there. The other week I noticed that a tiny one on at the top of my butt had grown considerably. I know I'm supposed to be especially concerned if the borders are irregular, it is asymmetrical or uneven colored. ... (4 replies)
Quick question
Sep 8, 2004
... sunny California to be exact. I've spent my share of days in the sun, that's for sure, but I've never really been much on laying out or tanning. ... (20 replies)
... I've had these spreading brown spots, about 1cm diameter on my lower belly. Several months ago, a crusty little tower rose up out of one of them, which itched and bled. I went to my dr, and he set up referral to derm. ... (5 replies)
... I think you've been worrying yourself into a frenzy! ... (4 replies)


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