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... maybe the size of the tip of a pen on my forearm. This mole has had a hair growing out of it for as long as I can remember...maybe 8 years now since I first noticed it. ... (1 replies)
Itchy mole
Jan 24, 2011
... already looked at it", "I have lots of those and they're nothing" etc. etc., so that I didn't ask the derm to look at it again even though it had been itchy and annoying for like 2 years! I also thought it had gotten slightly bigger and more raised. I had not noticed color changes, though, or bleeding. ... (8 replies)
... My 21 year old, college student daughter noticed a mole on her wrist in the fall. During the winter, it darkened, and in the spring, suddenly grew very dark and began to itch. ... (5 replies)

... i have an itchy mole is little but its bleeding what should i do (3 replies)
... cab on it. I don't remember hitting it or scratching it. I'm going to see a dr. to have it removed. My question is, I know it could be cancer, but just because a mole changes in that way, is it always idicative of cancer? ... (4 replies)
... g my arm and picked at what I thought what a tiny scab. It started to bleed and I noticed that it was actually on a mole. It healed up after about a week and the mole appeared normal for a couple of months, but yesterday I accidentally did it again. ... (3 replies)
A Strange Mole
Dec 6, 2005
... You family needs to help you see a doctor. Even if it turns out that it's nothing, you need some relief from the worry that this mole is causing you. Your family is not expert in the field of dermatology. ... (11 replies)
... Most definitely get your mole checked out. Better to be safe. Any reputable dermatologist can do this. ... (3 replies)
... I've had a similar experience twice. The first time was the same as the last post, a mole that kept getting rubbed by my bra. I had it removed just to aleviate the irritation. ... (3 replies)
... Is this mole in a place that is prone to irritaion or getting disturbed by clothing? ... (3 replies)
Mole
May 24, 2012
... Really need some advice, i have a mole on my stomach and am not sure how long its been there, it is flat not itchy or sore or bleeding but it has a slightly darker centre, its the size of ov a pencil eraser, ive watched it for months and its never changed could it be cancer? ... (1 replies)
... Thank you so much for posting this. I had an "itchy" mole removed on Friday and am awaiting the biopsy results. I am really trying not to freak out and this post helped alot. ... (5 replies)
... Any mole that bleeds or itches should be checked out. ... (3 replies)
... I've had a malignant melanoma in the past, also had a mole curetted off. The curetted one, like yours was a warty looking thing. ... (7 replies)
Moles
Dec 11, 2004
... well that is a different thing. Any bleeding, or oozing, or pain, or itchy and well just about everything from normal to what ever, should be checked. ... (2 replies)
... It might not be anything, but I really think you should get checked out by a doctor. (3 replies)
... I am so scared to go through with it. Over a year ago, my Dr. saw 2 suspious moles on my body. One small brownish mole on my lower stomach and one a little larger and slightly raised pinkish one under my breast. ... (4 replies)
... They do test just about everything these days unlike years ago. It seems that even dermatologists can't figure out whether or not some of these "things" are malignant or not just from the looks of them. I've had many removed over time and only recently are they all biopsied. So go ahead and have the area checked out. I suspect even if there isn't much left where you've... (3 replies)


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