Doctor insights on:
Why Beauty Marks Appear Suddenly Disease
See below: These symptoms can only be adequately diagnosed only after a thorough evaluation by your doctor. This may include labs and other satudies. Once all of the information is in, your doctor can let you know what's going on, and what to do to help you. ...Read more
Not true: No this is not true. Good wishes. ...Read more
Heredity: These marks are inherited from your ancestors. ...Read more
I am 25. I had a few beauty marks. Over the last year I have had over 20 new beauty marks appear on my face. Should I be worried?
I'm just turned 30 end of may is it normal to get random beauty marks. I allergies going to the hamptons 4th if July weekend they haven't changed size?
Depends on what!: The answer depends on what "beauty marks" are! If you have been exposed to " a lot of sun", skin lesions on areas of sun exposure could mean more than simple change in color. As an allergist, I do not see any connection between allergies and "random beauty marks". Go ahead and enjoy the beach! ...Read more
Could a flat mole (single freckle/beauty mark) become cancerous like regular past the surface moles do?
Yes: The presence of a flat mole, one that is irregular in shape and has variegated colors withi grey and dark brown areas represent the superficial moles that undergo malignant transformation leading to a nodular growth. The superficial melanomas less than 1mm thick are for the most part in-situ but as thickness (Breslow) develops, not so much as depth of penetration (Clark), it is now invasive. ...Read more
What can be done about raised up skin tags that used to be beauty marks around my neck all around my neck?
Simple excision in t: Easy to take off in the doctors office. In the old days you could tie a thread around them and they would strangle and fall off... though this seems painful and liable to get infected ...Read more
New "beauty marks/moles" on face, just this week. Should this be a concern as I have also started taking chlorella tablets and changed my diet?
If possibly a rash: If the dots are possibly a rash from new supplements or new dietary food items, one can talk with his primary care doctor about what to do. Otherwise, the dots might have been there for a while and just recently got noticed (that happens to people). Also, supplements are not well-regulated, so one cannot be fully sure what is in the bottles one buys at the supplement store. ...Read more
37wks/5days preg. Since pregnancy I have noticed a larger amount of moles ("beauty marks") on both sides of my neck. Something to worry about?
Hi I have 8 beauty marks (moles), I know that mole laser removal will leave a scar is there any other option to get them removed without leaving scar?
Depends: If you don't have healing problems, surgical excision by an appropriate physician depending on site. ...Read more
Beauty marks appeared in the summer no change in them wondering if it was because of the sun and that I have dry skin. Also noticed a tiny brown freckle underneath my left eye lid?
Time for skin check: Schedule an appointment with a doctor specializing in the skin known as a Dermatologist. They can do a full body skin examination and address your individual concerns. Remember to wear Sun screen all year round ...Read more
Two moles biopsied. One on chin shaved off, healed without a mark. A month later it has started to grow back a light pink-brown color. It's half it's original size. Should I see my Dr. Again?
I have to big dark brown moles in between my chest every so often the one really itches and leave a red mark what could it be?
Hello Dr. I'm 23 yr old girl have fair, clear face no marks at all, but since 2 years I hv noticed spreading (tils) moles and tiny holes on my face...
I have a grey brown mark on my lower shin, flat to skin but hard lump under it. V.painful if knocked 40+ moles this is new could it be cancer? 32wf
Nodule: There are certain limitations imposed by this format which include the lack of a photograph of the skin lesions about which you requested information, So it's impossible to tell you the correct diagnosis and/or therapy, My Best advice would be to call and make an appointment with the dermatologist. There are many conditions which make nodules on the skin and I under it so you really do need to see a dermatologist to get the correct diagnosis. I need to see the spot or spots and actually visualizing the lesions really makes all the difference. ...Read more
Moles, known medically as nevi, are clusters of pigmented cells that often appear as small, dark brown spots. However, moles can come in a range of colors and can develop virtually anywhere on your body.
Most moles are harmless, but in rare cases, moles may become cancerous. Monitoring moles and other pigmented patches is an important step in detecting skin cancer, especially malignant melanoma. ...Read more
Yes, but: You need to have the moles looked at. "mole" is a generic layman's term that covers a lot of different diagnoses that a dermatopathologist might use to identify a skin growth. Some of these "moles" are caused by melanocytes ("nevi") and someare not. Ones called "seborrheic keratosis", are very common, have small cyst-like spaces filled with old skin cells that appear as white dots. Ask your doc! ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor online
- Bruise like mark on face appeared suddenly
- Lump suddenly appearing on forehead
- Bruise suddenly appeared then disappears overnight
- Suddenly appearing freckles on scalp of toddler
- Vertical dent in forehead suddenly appeared
- Can skin cancer appear suddenly?
- My beauty mark hurts
- Mole vs beauty mark
- Beauty marks