Do moles change during pregnancy?

Often. Due to hormonal changes, many moles may appear larger and darker during pregnancy. The most noticeable are those that were already slightly raised (fleshy). However, if any mole exhibit changes such as asymmetry, irregular borders, multiple colors or shades of brown, and rapidly growing diameter, you should seek the opinion of your doctor.
Yes. Moles and other skin lesions can enlarge/darken transiently during pregnancy but should return to baseline awards. If the changes persist, a biopsy may be necessary.
No but see MD if do. Gnerally they should not change and if they do I would highly recommend seeing a dermatologist.

Related Questions

Should I be concerned about a new mole that developed during pregnancy?

Maybe. It is common for moles to change during pregnancy. The best this to do it get it checked out, and relieve your concern. :). Read more...
Probably Not. Most moles that develop or grow during pregnancy are not worrisome. However, in your case, as your profile says you are a man, i would certainly see a physician for your most unusual condition! Read more...

Why did I develop a mole on my breast during pregnancy?

Mole and pregnancy. Hormonal changes during pregnancy will often cause character changes in existing moles and occasionally bring out new moles. If any question show the mole to your dermatologist. Read more...

Obgyn & dermatologist looked at spots on vulva & said they were normal (moles or pregnancy changes). They look bulging under skin and purple. Venous?

Exam needed. We will not be able to guess without being able to do an exam and see what the lesions look like. It sounds like your Obgyn and a dermatologist have done an exam. Schedule a follow up visit to have them clarify the diagnosis and treatment plan. Read more...

I have a mole on my cheekbone now for five years it has only grew during my pregnancy its a eye sore to me would I know if it were cancer in five yrs?

Have it examined. The nevus needs to be seen and evaluated by and experienced dermaologist is give and answer. Read more...
It sounds rather. Unlikely to be miedically serious, but a dermatologist or plastic surgeon can fix the 'eyesore' and make the diagnosis, but payment may be an issue, . Read more...

Is there a problem if I am developing moles late in pregnancy?

Depends. It is normal for moles to become darker and more voluminous during pregnancy. If there is a change in the size, shape, color, or symmetry of a mole, consult a dermatologist as soon as possible. Read more...

What is mole pregnancy? Is there a baby?

No baby. A hydatidiform mole is not a baby. It is abnormal placental development, which requires a D&C for treatment and followup to assure that it has all been removed. To ensure that you do not develop a persistent mole or choriocarcinoma, followup blood levels of HCG are checked periodically until negative for a few months and it is recommended that you do not get pregnant during that time frame. Read more...