Doctor insights on: Bad moles on skin
Skin cancer: While most skin cancers occur on chronically sun exposed areas such as the scalp, face, arms, back, and legs, some skin cancers occur on non sun exposed areas. See a dermatologist for a skin examination yearly. ...Read more
I have a lot of mole on my face I want to remove the mole and also I have really bad skin like my skin is oily that's why I have lots of skin problem l?
I have a mole on my sholder that is the same color as my skin (pale) it itches every once inawhile. Is this bad I am really worried?
Why do I have a big bump under my mole that is causing a very bad headache. Its behind my left ear towards the back of my head. It just started about?
Lesion on the head: Unfortunately, one in every five Americans is diagnosed with skin cancer. A mole that is changing in size and shape is concerning. The area behind the ear is also home to various small nerves that govern the back of the head which may be irritated and alerting us of a problem. I would discuss with a physician who may decide to get a biopsy or the lesion. ...Read more
Skin colored mole on inner thigh where legs touch. Got bigger and now split. Looks more like skin tag then mole. Does it sound bad? Had for years.
I originally wore a sticky bra. It gave me an awful rash. I noticed a almost skin color mole type bump on my breast that was itchy also. Is this bad?
If reacting to bra..: If skin reacts to a sticky bra's adhesive, or to the material in the bra, she can avoid using that brand of bra. For such an itchy rash, sometimes using a few days of over-the-counter hydrocortisone cream will help the irritated skin get back to normal. A mole in that location would itch too, but should also return to normal. Otherwise, one can get a primary doctor's or dermatologist's exam. ...Read more
Moles: Moles or nevi are genetically programmed. At times one may be born with them or often they develop over a life time. The key is to have them checked for cancerous changes by a dermatologist, especially when there are changes in size, color, shape, or symptoms such as itch or pain develop. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See Plastic Surgeon: If the question is whether you can remove the moles off your face yourself then the answer is definitely - not recommended. See your pcp or preferably a plastic surgeon and they should be able to address this for you and replace the mole with a small scar. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Moles should not grow with age. If a mole doubles in size, becomes irregular in size, shape or color, bleeds, ulcerates or develops a nodule, see a doctor.
You may consult this site for more information on this topic:http://www. Webmd. Com/skin-problems-and-treatments/guide/moles-freckles-skin-tags#1
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Mole removal: A small injection of numbing medicine such as Lidocaine is used prior to the procedure. An instrument is then used to remove the mole (this is painless now that area is numb) sometimes stitches are placed other times the area is allowed to heal on its own. Talk to a dermatologist to determine which technique is best for certain moles in certain locations. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer