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How Can I Get Rid Of These Little Facial Moles
No "natural" Rx: Please forgive my frankness. You're involved with "natural healing" but it won't touch the pigmented lesions on your face. If you develop a melanoma, you'll need surgery or you will die. If you want the nevi / lentigos off your face, you'll need laser or microsurgery. You can also consider keeping them -- it's a personal preference. Find an evidence-based holist in your community. Best wishes. ...Read more
I have a few moles on my wrists,hands, and face. These aren't moles that pop out a little these are totally flat. Anyway I can get rid of them?
You can't: See a dermatologist or plastic surgeon for this issue. ...Read more
There are brown colour moles developing allover my face. How can I get rid of them. Before they were few but they are increasing in number now.Help?
Mole removal: Many techniques exist to remove moles (also called nevi) from the face: excision, shave, curretage, laser removal. There are many factors to consider when choosing the most appropriate technique for you as an individual including location, skin type, and risk for skin cancer. It's best to visit with a dermatologist, facial plastic surgeon or other experienced physician for specific treatment. ...Read more
I just had a baby and now have 4 small bumps on my labia. They are all on 1 side and look like moles. They don't hurt. What are they and can I get rid?
Cysts: Unfortunately you have not given us any information about yourself, not even your age let alone any pictures or medical history to enable a relevant response. However, you may be describing Bartholin's gland cysts which are fluid-filled cysts that form on the Bartholin's gland. I recommend consulting your Gyn for exam and treatment. ...Read more
Excise: You can have the mole excised with either a surgeon or dermatologist. ...Read more
Hello. I have a mole on my neck. It's very small and it sticks out and you can wiggle it. I heard that if you try to pop it like a pimple it will bleed. I've had it or years. How can I get rid of it?
Excisional Biopsy: Go to your primary physician to have removed and sent to pathology for diagnosis. If unchanged, <0.5 cm, regular in borders, shape & symmetry, then it is probably benign. It could also be a skin tag (achrochordon) among other things. Best not to remove yourself as you could have a higher risk of complication that way. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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