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Crusty Itchy Mole
Itchy Mole: An itchy mole can be a symptom of melanoma, an aggressive form of skin cancer. However, you have to take into consideration other factors that may be causing your mole to itch. Are you using a new laundry detergent? Do you use lotion that contains fragrances or other chemicals that is irritating the skin? Think about what products you use and how they may cause skin irritation. See your derm asap! ...Read more
Itchy mole: A mole with recent changes of any one of the following; itching, bleeding, change in color or size, assymetry, irregular borders, needs to be checked out. Go see your dermatologist! ...Read more
Itchy mole for like 2 years and starts to hurt if I scratch it to much its flat and circle shaped?
Biopsy: A good rule of thumb is that a skin lesion that changes or behaves abnormally (such as hurting or itching) needs to be further evaluated. I would recommend you see a dermatologist or your PMD ...Read more
Help MOLE! I am experiencing an itchy mole on my back. This itchiness comes and goes every few months for the last 2-3 years. I'm worried now!
Mole: I suggest that you either see your primary care provider or your dermatologist. Recommend head to toe skin assessment annually. ...Read more
See a dermatologist: It is difficult to make a proper diagnosis since I am not there to see the condition. I recommend seeing a dermatologist so that they can make a proper diagnosis and give you something to get rid of the condition or relieve symptoms. ...Read more
Why is the mole on my right side of my face growing bigger? It's not painful nor itchy, just growing
I've always had a big mole on top of my back and today been slightly itchy and its slightly raised bit at top?
I had an itchy mole on the back of my neck. The other day I accidentally scratched it and now it's gone, is that OK or should I be worried?
Don't know: I don't think I would be worried. However, I would be concerned. Obviously it is small. If it returns, I would suggest seeing the advice of a dermatologist or plastic surgeon. Best of luck. ...Read more