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    hello I have recently noticed a lot of moles growing around my stomach area. I have had one mole in the same area from being a kid that has grown quite large it also has small hairs on it. all the other moles around it are growing just like the other mole is there anything I can do about it.





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    i never had a mole on the top of my head for about 8months now there a mole its about a sizes of a pea it seems to be growing upward its not falt at all it pink and white it hurts it painfull and it itchy and it bleeds it feels rough not soft and smooth well about a month ago it fell off and now it growing upward agine ( sorry if my words are not spell write ) iam 48yr female i never have had any thing like this can you please give me some advice i dont have insurnces so i cant go to a doctor pls any advices i will take thank you for your time god bless





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    I have a what looks a bit like a mole on the rear of my left leg, this mole is not raised up but if you rub your fingers over it it feels like a lump beneath it. Their is no hair growing from it and is sometimes itchy and has what looks like dried skin over it. It is light brown in colour with a bit of redness around it. Should I be concerned??





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    i had a normal mole on my arm and then one day i accidentally burnt it while getting something out of the oven. i had a scab over the mole for about a week and then when the scab came off i was left with my mole, but it had thinned out and spread into more moles next to the original mole. is it worth getting it checked out?





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    Yes. (Just to be on the safe side).

    i am a little worried, i have a mole on my leg and it is 15mm. i have had this from birth i am now 19 and have started to see what look like spots in my mole. i went to go pop them and they were a red colour inside but they did not pop and they red has not reached the surface and has stayed there. Also i had another mole remover about 2 year ago as i coursed me a lot of irritation but now i have started to notice a new mole develop in the same place and i don't want to see my GP as i'm scared i will be wasting their time, please help! thank you





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    Hi I am 36 and have always had moles all over my body. However as I age the number is growing slowly and I am concerned that I cannot keep check on them all. I visited a GP and asked if there was a 'mole clinic' i could attend to be assessed as I was worried and was advised that there wasn't such clinic but if I had one that I was concerned about I could see a specialist which I did, he checked one mole and said the best way to monitor them is to take a photo and measure them. I was a little disappointed and certainly not reassured that my moles are normal. Can you advise if there is such a clinic as I am certain I have seen this on one of your programs. many thanks





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    hi i was born with moles/birthmarks all over my body and i go to the hospital every 6months for mole checks. so it is out there

    My mole was really itchy and so I decided to itch it not realising it was a mole and it ripped of the layer of the mole and was bleeding for about 8 hours should I be concerned?





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    you should go see your gp as i had this condition its not serious, it is like just itching a scab but go to the doctors about the bleeding.

    Im 27 years old and i have had a mole in my belly button. The mole has not always been there, it grew when i was about 16. It hasnt changed since then. Now i have children i worry more about my own health more. Should i go and get this mole check out?





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    im 17 and i just noticed a mole between my ball sac and my leg the mole doesnt hurt but has a red ring around it , i dont know how long its been there but when i was younger i had a mole on my ear and it got removed and sent off for a exsamination and they said it was close to skin cancer should i be worryed?





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    no definitetly not unless your penis is going red go and see your gp

    ya same here, except im 14, no ring but the tip is a dark brown

    I have a mole on my bottom. It has been there since I was born but it has got bigger as I have grown. I didn't know if it was maybe a birth mark that just looks similar to a mole? Should I get this checked out by my doctor? Also I have a mole on my side just above my hip, it is all light brown bur has a darker patch too. Is this normal?





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    No, i have the Same. Mole's do Itch mine does if u get hot.. Mine like choclate in the Middle then Light Brown around the out side. If there is Hair's growing out of it that is a good Sign and Healthy Mole. if ur mole does not have any Hair's Growing out of it. u might wanna get it check. As None Hair's growing in Mole's is a Sign of Melona killing ur Hair's!! if u got hair's tho ur fine

    I have an appointment with my doctor tomorrow as after reading this I realised that just because the mole on my cheek is completely flat and quite pale, because it is growing, I should still get it checked. I always thought (naively) that 'worrisome' moles had to be raised and odd colours! Thank you and hopefully my GPs check tomorrow shall shed some more light on my growing mole!





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    i have had a mole for as long as i remember on my neck, today i have noticed that it has developed a white skin tag growing out of the middle of it. the mole is small and my hair covers the mole at the back of my neck. should i go to my g p?





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    i have a small mole growing on my ariola near my nipple, is this something i should be concerned about?? it doesnt sound like its dangerous from what ive read above but ive never had a mole before this one.





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    hi im 14 and i have a big mole on my right arm wich i was born with.it has grown over time.and has started growing hairs on it...plus just recently another mole has apeared next to it.at what age can u remove moles ?





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    I have a rather large mole on my back that has recently changed. It appears to have another mole growing from the inside and it protrudes quite a way. I have been to the Doctor twice about it and both times I've been told that it's nothing to worry about. The area around the mole is either numb or itchy. I am very oale skinned and always wear factor 50 sun cream. Can I go back to the Doctor and insist it is removed?





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    I have a mole on the side of my face, I developed this when I was at a young ages, and during my teenage years it grew bigger, I got bullied because of it, and ever since I've always hated it. I'm 18years of age, and recently it has gone even more bumpy, it's really sore at the moment, I feel like a pimple might be growing right beside it... But the mole has felt very bumpy and is really really sore; what does this mean !!! (My mole is embedded in my skin) P.s is there anyway to get rid of it?





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    I have a mole on the top of the inside of my thigh. The mole is raised and a dark colour, there is hair growing from it and it is cracked and seperated. I hate it and it really brings down my self asteem. Do you think i should get it checked out?





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    I am 13 and have really small boobs I also have a mole on my left breast, does this mean I will get breast cancer I have spoke to my mum and she said that I may have to get it removed but will I have to wait till my breasts has grown or is my mole stopping then from growing???





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    I have a mole on my fourth little toe next to my nail. Because my toe curls under my third toe, you do not see the mole without pulling the toes apart. I started to notice this when I was 18. I'm now 23. The mole has And still is growing slowly. In the last 6months it's grown just over 1mm in diameter and 4mm in the last 5years roughly. It has various different colours but there is no Blackness. It is not symetical and I very rarely wear next to nothing in the sun as I'm body conscious however I did alot as a young teenager - unto the age of 16. One occasion having having severe sun blisters on my shoulders whilst holidaying in Croatia. I'm worried this might be melanoma. I have been to hospital and had it checked but they discarded it but told me to keep an eye on it but I'm not satisfied am feel there is Something very wrong :-(. Any advice?





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    Hi, i am 14 and i have quite a large mole on my upper arm, when i was smaller it wouldn't stop growing so my mum took me to the doctors and they said it was fine, but its bigger and more raised now, and has a few hairs growing out of it. It is dark brown and is an oval-circle shape, is it normal?





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    My baby sister has a big brown lumpy mole on her cheek. I am getting worried as it has only started growing recently! Our gp says that its nothing to worry about, but its just NOT attractive to be honest. I don't ever want her to be scared of this big light brown mole on her cheek!





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    My little sister is 7 years old and she was born with a flat brown mole on her back. In the last year the mole has formed a white ring around the mole. My mum has taken her to the doctors and the said it was because the mole was going. A year on and she still has the mole with the ring around it. Should we be worried or is this normal?





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    My little sister is 7 years old and she was born with a flat brown mole on her back. In the last year the mole has formed a white ring around the mole. My mum has taken her to the doctors and the said it was because the mole was going. A year on and she still has the mole with the ring around it. Should we be worried or is this normal?





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    I think you should see another doctor, one who specializes in skin concerns. Don't wait. A growing mole is something to take seriously. Go do it. Now.

    Go straight back to the doctors! You can't be too careful!!!

    I have a mole on the top of my leg which I have had for 3 years or so. It used to itch but no longer does so. The mole seems to be very flat on the surface but feels very hard and feels as if it is growing inwards as opposed to out. I went to my GP practice 6 months ago and was seen by the practice nurse who brushed it off as nothing to get worried over. i came out feeling as if I was being over concerned. Should I be?





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    no you are not being over concerned if i were you i will get a second apion from your GP. mine was only small light brown turned out to be Melignant melanoma so please if you are unsure GET IT CHECKED regards chris

    im 14, and i have a mole on my side. its bigger than any other mole on my boby. my dad has a very large mole on his back which the doctor told him he might want to conider removing it. my mole is alot smaler than his but looks a bit similer, it had a darker shad of brown in the center which has faded in time and it stick's out a bit. should i get it checked out,like my dad did?





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    if your dad needed his checked and it was similar to yours then the chances are it would be a good idea to have yours checked also. and even if they do have to remove it, then atleast its gone forever :)

    Hi there, ever since i was younger, i had a few moles on my legs, back and rear end. However, one mole on my leg appeared to get larger over the years (nothing drastic though only 1mm or so). Im not sure whether i should be worried or not, because my mother told me that it probably appears as though it's larger because i'm "still growing" after all i am still a teenager, but still should i be worried? Oh and i had this mole on my bottom ever since i was born and it's pretty large - definitely more than 5mm wide! Should i be worried about that?





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    A good few months back, I fell over and where my mole is between my ankle and foot, I got some friction which made the skin around my mole fairly dodgy and sore. I went surfing and I'm guessing along with the rubbing of my leash on the mole area and the sea water... My mole came off! So over a month it was sore and scabbing until I was left with a scar and now over the following months, my mole is back. I have had an incident like this before with the same mole, but this time I am worried.. Because every now and then, I get a subtle pain in the muscle area around it.. But I'm not sure if it is just because I'm doing much more walking lately! If someone thinks I have anything or nothing to worry about, please let me know!





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    Hi Georgia, I would advice to make a mental note of the size, colour, height and texture of your mole. Monitor it regularly and if it changed any of these, you should consult a GP for further advice. If your mole starts to bleed, itch or become painful, also consult further medical advice. You have to remember not to panic as moles are commonly growing particularly when you are under 30.

    So important to check yourself regularly. I noticed a mole growing, had dark spots inside it ,becoming itchy, and leaking. Plucked up the courage to get it checked by a doctor, turns out it was pre-cancerous and I had a soft-tissue sarcoma growing underneath in the same area! Had both removed and am now all clear. I'm only 20, so it really proves it can happen to anyone.





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