Mole &


Warning Signs of Melanoma


Melanoma begins as an uncontrolled growth of pigment-producing cells in the skin. This growth leads to the formation of dark-pigmented malignant moles or tumors, called melanomas. Melanomas can appear suddenly without warning but also can develop from or near a mole. For this reason, it is important to know the location and appearance of moles on the body so any change will be noticed.


Melanomas are found most frequently on the upper backs of men and women, and the legs of women, but can occur anywhere on the body. Be aware of any unusual skin condition, especially a change in the size or color of a mole or other darkly or irregularly pigmented growth or spot; scaliness, oozing, bleeding, or change in the appearance of a bump or nodule; spread of pigment from the border into surrounding skin; and change in sensation including itchiness, tenderness, or pain.


Most moles are benign and will not require surgery. If you are someone that has a family history of skin cancer you should definitely get checked out. If you have a mole that you feel is benign and would like to have it removed it is recommended to use an all natural mole removal product.

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