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... ut I can tell you what I have and it may give you some ideas. I'm in my early 30s and have two colorless raised areas on my face. My derm has assured me they are moles and harmless. My mother is in her 60s and has started getting raised colorless areas on her arm that her doctor told her are also harmless, but not moles. ... (5 replies)
... letely dissappear! It was a rather prominent one and it's just completely gone now. I did ask the dermo about it and he said it's fine. I have also read that moles can sometimes dissappear as we age. ... (2 replies)
... I guess they come as we age .. ... (4 replies)

... o I can relate to everything that Chele has posted....with the exception of getting that perfect tan. I just wanted a little color as I am very fair complextion with very blonde hair and almost white skin. ... (5 replies)
... yes I agree with Elda, that they are age related, and simply just one of those things that life tosses our way. ... (5 replies)
... I had a suspicious mole removed about 2 years ago and it's grown back. It still looks "suspicious" and my doctor is going to remove it, along with 4 other moles that look bad. He told me that they all look like they could develop into melanoma so it'll be good to have them gone, and I hope they all come back negative. ... (10 replies)
... I had a big, raised dark brown mole on the lips also. I had it removed at age 18 along with many other moles. I had never heard of melanoma back then, but I had many moles in very inconvenient places. ... (11 replies)
... actively remove the "funny" 13 moles the doctor is watching. ... (7 replies)
... Hi Kurt, Gee I am glad your wife is coming with you. This type of thing is far easier to deal with with someone you love than alone. ... (9 replies)
... I've no idea. Again, no standard has really been set with this cancer. ... (3 replies)
... My Dad had 6 melonamas from age 58 to age 94.......his last one took him out which was a shame. But goes to show you you can live a very very very long time with Melanomas. Last one should have been removed sooner. Stage 4 when removed. He lived a healthy long life and never had anything other than surgery for his.... ... (7 replies)
... Don't know your daughter's age or such but I will share my experience with the Melanoma word. I am 37 years old. It's been almost a year now since I was diagnosed with Melanoma. Mine was .80 in Breslow Depth and a Clark IV in Level. ... (7 replies)
... as on mid to lower back and yes, that was worse pain then any. I've been going to one doc for 15 years but insurance changed now i have a new one. I'm typing now with a mohs just done today. From the bottom of my nose up to the corner of my eye. ... (1 replies)
... Hi Terri, thank you so much for posting!!!! Wow, you sure are having a tough go now with all those BCCs....31? ... (21 replies)
... in as she heals. Because of her age, we did the SLOW MOHS route. They called us back the next day and told us that they got clear margins and we did not have to come back in to get more of the area removed. We were very pleased. Her toe bled a lot though after the surgery. I'm just glad to have this over with. ... (12 replies)

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