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How To Kill Moles
Absolutely not: Apple cider vinegar is promoted for everything without any real scientific evidence that it does anything. If you have a mole that you think is cancer, get it seen and removed. Otherwise, you'll pay with your life. I suspect you already realize that claims that apple cider vinegar cures cancer are total bunk, and just needed reassurance. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Only surgery : All pigmented lesions (nevi, moles) should be checked by a dermatologist & removed only if suspicious or worrisome by surgical excision or biopsy. This way the lesions can be checked under a microscope to ensure that it is not cancer. This is especially important if there is a personal or family history of melanoma, or the mole has been changing. See a dermatologist for a skin check & advice. ...Read more
Whoa: If you have any reason to believe that your mole is malignant, get it seen. If it is, and you delay treatment because you were big-hearted and gullible enough to believe in apple-cider vinegar, you will pay with your life. I don't think you want to die. Please get that suspicious mole seen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a cluster of brown blistery almost resemble light colore moles I've had them for a couple of years not sure what they are I have pictures to s?
Need pictures/locati: Need to see pictures . Where are they on your skin? ...Read more
Identical moles on exactly the opposite sides of the body.
s this a normal thing
also 2 moles on same side of body next to each other is this ok ?
moles: Moles are growths of cells in the skin. There are many types of moles some dangerous and some not. In fact, most moles are not dangerous. Some moles arise a new in adulthood, but the important thing about a mole is that any spot on your skin that you don't understand or that you don't think has been there for years should be looked at. You should have a mole check once a year at least. See a derma. ...Read more