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Lots of Moles
Jul 15, 2010
... however in the past few months I have noticed a couple of new very small raised moles on my upper chest area, near my collar bone. ... (0 replies)
... I too have what seems like thousands of moles all over my body and have for years. They can be scary, but you just have to look for changes in any one of them. ... (1 replies)
... Melanoma is definitely scary and I know how you feel. After that, just check your moles every month for changes and such. ... (4 replies)

... from the sun, you don't inherit it. If you spend time in the sun without protection, that's dangerous and could be the underlying reason for what's causing the moles to appear. ... (3 replies)
... I have said and will continue to say to anyone who asks...if you are frightened or scared and worried 'get thee to a doctor' I would say a good dermatologist you may have to have a referal, and your family doctor would be a good one to do this. Moles that suddenly appear, or change, or grow in size and change shape should always be checked out by a professional health... (3 replies)
... Hi there are new to this whole thread thing but I agree people who don't have moles just don't get how much we dont like them. ... (13 replies)
... and am sheduled for two more NEW MOLES to be removed. correction one new mole, and one pink older mole. ... (5 replies)
... Moles can appear on heads, even where hair is growing. Since the head is exposed to sunlight, it is possible to develop new moles there. Dysplastic scalp moles have the same tiny chance of turning into melanoma that dysplastic moles found elsewhere on the body do. ... (1 replies)
... ot on the mole, and I tried not to worry and concentrate on the rest of life, which at that point consisted of a move to another city. Although the mole doesn't appear to be visibly darker or bigger, it has continued to worry me. ... (8 replies)
... she also gets a lot of new moles after tanning. ... (6 replies)
... beginning of November 2006. I'm not even sure why I noticed it, and I've been further at a loss as to why I kept watching it. I've got a lot of moles and freckles, so what was one more? ... (4 replies)
... I'm new with a question I'm hoping you all can help me out with. ... (2 replies)
... ot on the mole, and I tried not to worry and concentrate on the rest of life, which at that point consisted of a move to another city. Although the mole doesn't appear to be visibly darker or bigger, it has continued to worry me. ... (8 replies)
... I'm thrilled that this mole on your face has been taken care of. It can be frightening to discover something like this. However, as stated above, moles can and do appear throughout one's life, although it is not common for them to continue to develop after age 40. ... (9 replies)
... I'm 27 years old female, red hair, fair skin , diagnosed with dysplastoc nevi syndrome. I have lots of moles and dysplastic moles. ... (9 replies)
... I've heard and read from several people on here that they've had some scary looking moles and they've come back completely fine. ... (5 replies)
... I had a new mole show up on one of my toes. I didn't like it because it was new, in an odd place and it also didn't appear to have a definitive border. Sort of looked fuzzy. I think it's because of the kind of skin on the foot. ... (3 replies)
... did you guys notice flesh colored moles just appearing in the new skin that grew in like immediately after the damaged skin came off. ... (28 replies)
... Hello everyone. I am new to the board and have some concerns about two different spots on my body. ... (1 replies)
... This is all so new to me, and unfortunately, I do not know too much about this disease. ... (2 replies)


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