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... As a child I hardly had any moles. My sister had alot and I can remember comparing the amount of moles we had as children. Well 2 years ago I had a suspicious mole removed but it came back benign. However I have been noticing more moles popping out. ... (3 replies)
... I would think it is normal to be sore. Taking a piece of skin out of your body that is the size of a pea isn't like a hang nail or something. I would just make sure it isn't infected. Some soreness is probably very normal. I hope your biopsy comes out fine. :) (5 replies)
... I have a mole kind of on my hip, where your leg bends, in the front. I've had it as long as I can remember...probably since I was 3 years old or younger (I'm 25 now). Sometimes, it gets a bit sore. I usually attribute this to the fact that the elasticy part of my underwear will rub it a little bit there. It's always been big. Should I be worried? I never really thought... (1 replies)

... Well the only way to know for certain is to have the biopsy done. As for the pain - it is very minimal at the time - the shot will sting for a nano second and then you are numb in the area and feel no pain. :) That is of course with a PUNCH biopsy which what you should ALWAYS ask for. A lot of derms are perfectly content with scrape biopsies - but they are never a good... (4 replies)
... rry but I have a question for you.I had a mole removed from my scalp aweek ago, it was the size of a sweet pea and ever since they did that my scalp hurts and is sore so I would like to know if that is normal? ... (5 replies)
... Not to nag too much, and really if money is an issue, you must also think of that I suppose. But if you are concerned and/or worried and to ease YOUR own mind, I do not think it is hard to get your family doctor to take a peek at it, just to help you. Removal of moles is only needed when they are suspect of something worse (unless it is for 'cosmetic reasons' which in my... (1 replies)
... round the mole or suspected BCC is first numbed with several injections so you feel nothing except a slight sting from the needle. Afterward the area is a little sore but not really painful. ... (5 replies)
... I have a small sore on my right ear that has been there since before Christmas. It sort of comes and goes. ... (6 replies)
... I have about 20 or so moles and have had them all my life pretty much. They are round. No uneven color. No itchy. No scaley. No dryness. No sore. ... (5 replies)
... from malignant melanoma. I took it hard and still struggle with it. I finally worked up the nerve to see a dermatologist last week because I have had some new moles pop up over the last few years and my mom has been pressuring me to get checked out. The doctor found 5 moles that were 'suspicious'. ... (0 replies)
... Hello out there, I'm a 22 yr old male with Brown eyes and blond hair with well over 100 moles and recently a spot on my back started bugging me. ... (4 replies)
... yet they are not cancerous or harmful. So you can have irregular shaped moles and they turn out to be nothing. ... (4 replies)
... that your case is gentle, and all three of the moles are just that moles...plain simple and boring. But if you find you are not that way...... do never forget we are here, and I will prob always be here too. ... (6 replies)
... I read these are most common between 15 and 29. I am not much concerned with the moles as I am a growth on my foot on second toe in on the bottom. Its brown, does not look like a mole because it is not round, its pretty big actually. ... (3 replies)
... Hello and welcome! First, allow me to put things in perspective: while melanoma is one of the most aggressive and deadly of all skin cancers, it is also one of the most rare. Melanoma also appears to strike people who either have a genetic link (inherited from some one in their family), or most likely people who are fair-skinned, blond/red-haired, lots of moles. Now, this... (5 replies)
... When I was pregnant with my first son, I had a mole that started growing on my leg. At first it looked like a sore or pimple and I actually made it bleed. As time went on I kept a very close eye on it. I have tiny little moles on my body, but this one I saw changing. ... (14 replies)
... s, 2 removed when I was 18, 1 that showed up after I had my first son, it was on my leg, 4 skin tags on my face, and then about 1 month ago I had 4 large, raised moles on my back removed.They were about the size of a dime to a nickel. All of my mole came back fine. ... (14 replies)
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Mar 4, 2003
... Hello all! I am new to this board. I am 31 and have had 3 basal cells removed as well as 4 moles and one noncancerous spot removed. I go tomorrow to get another spot removed. This new spot is smooth, raised, skin color so I am not really sure why the dr. ... (5 replies)
... mole starts to change color..shape etc. always have it checked. I had one on the left side of my face over my eyebrow for years and then it started getting a bit sore and at times would bleed slightly if I rubbed it too hard with a face cloth or towell. Like you it also started getting quite dark. By accident my ENT Dr. ... (1 replies)
... Most people that get skin cancers are over 50 and the only skin cancer that is really dangerous are internal skin cancers called melanoma. Most people get a pink sore that doesn't go away called Basal Cell and it can be removed very easily and is not a life threat. ... (3 replies)


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