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I have a red mole on my left breast from 2 3 years..but there is no pain. Is there a problem?

Have it checked!

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If you are worried have it checked. See a board certified dermatologist and get it looked at. Most moles evolve (in color and size) and this can occur during puberty, pregnancy or other conditions where there is hormone changes. However, some people are at a higher risk (skin color, history of sunburns, family history of melanoma, dysplastic nevus syndrome). Go to website www.skincancer.org.
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I have a red mole on my left breast(upper) as well in my right breast(Beneath). What could be the reason???

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Probably a cherry angioma which are benign. It should be examined to be sure
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Dr. David Martin answered:

Random red spots, most tiny but some like moles on upper arms, abdo, breasts, since 3-4 wks ago. Petechia? Should I see my doc?

Rash

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With the recent onset of this rash, I would see your doctor. You can try some diphenhydramine (Benadryl), as this will help if it is allergic in origin. Feel better!
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I had a small red mark on one of my breast and by time it has grown very little like a tiny mole ?

Get it checked

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whenever a growth is new or changing it should always be checked by a board certified dermatologist. It does however sound like you are describing a hemangioma, which is a benign blood vessel like growth.
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Dr. Mark S. Pack answered:

i have a mole on my left breast. 3 weeks ago it started to raise and turn red then overnight it turnef black. what could it be? it does hurt w little

Needs an exam

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It is hard to answer your question without an examination. Your description is concerning. It is concerning when moles change - change in size, color, become irregularly shaped, itch, bleed. Most moles are relatively easy to remove and test. Please see your primary doctor or a surgeon to see if this needs to be removed and tested.
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Are all irregular moles on the breasts cancerous?

No

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The vast majority of moles are benign (not cancerous). Nevertheless, you should have any strange looking, growing, discolored, asymmetric or new moles checked by your doctor.
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Dr. Sewa Legha answered:

I have a mole with redness around it. Is it cancerous?

Not necessarily

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But it should be examined by your doctor especially if it is dark brown or black. Red skin lesions are often benign but black and changing moles can be cancerous and should not be ignored.
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Why do i have an itchy lump near breast? Used to be a mole.

Difficult to say.

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It's often difficult to diagnose skin issues without seeing them in person, but if it used to be a mole, I recommend seeing your doctor as soon as you can for diagnosis and any needed treatment.
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Dr. Greg Sexton answered:

Is it possible for a mole or scar prevent breast development?

Yes

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Normally a mole will not affect breast development, but scars can.
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Dr. Brian Santin answered:

I have a mole on my breast that itches, should it be removed?

Be evaluated

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With increasing rates of skin cancer, it is always wise to be checked by a physician for any new mole or skin lesion. If this is a more chronic lesion, it may simply be the result of some dry skin but to be safe, see a physician. I hope this helps.
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