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I'm still worried about a mole? Should I get it cut off?
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Dr. Andrea Bretal
Internal Medicine
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In brief: It depends
That depends on the caractheristic of the lesion.
Suspicious lesions for a malignant mole are irregular borders, with different colors, growing quickly, asymmetry of the lesion and having itching or pain/tenderness on the lesion. You should see your primary care physician, so he can take a look at it and advise you if it needs to be removed or not.

In brief: It depends
That depends on the caractheristic of the lesion.
Suspicious lesions for a malignant mole are irregular borders, with different colors, growing quickly, asymmetry of the lesion and having itching or pain/tenderness on the lesion. You should see your primary care physician, so he can take a look at it and advise you if it needs to be removed or not.
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