7 SIGNS THAT MOLE MAY BE CANCEROUS
The first sign of a potentially cancerous mole is a drastic change in colo
Transitions in color, shape, height, or surface texture
Healthy moles have a defined border. However, melanomas (cancerous moles) tend to appear blurred or irregular around the outside edges.
Any mole that causes pain should be considered dangerous, particularly if the mole exudes fluid or blood. Visit your doctor immediately.
Healthy moles don’t grow any larger in size than 6mm in width.
Healthy moles are usually symmetrical, which means they are equally sized
Any mole that is lumpy, rough, dry or scaly on the surface, especially if it’s itchy or tender to the touch, need immediate attention
MAKE SURE THE MOLE IS NOT CANCEROUS!!!!
Don't remove your mole if it is cancerous, as it will encourage the cancer cells spread wider & deeper.
Ya, you may ask, HOW TO KNOW WHETHER THE MOLE IS CANCEROUS?
Well, seeing a doctor to have a details check definately will be the safest & recommendated way. Else, the are some signs showing that the mole is harmful.
Appear in different size, shape, number & colour.
Appear on any part of the body.
Usually appear as dark brown spots on the skin.
Some are flatten, some emboss.
It may develop at any age group.
Great majority of moles are harmless, but in some rare cases, it may become harmful.
WHAT CAUSES MOLE?
Genetics: family gene play an important on developing moles.
Exposure to Sun: the exposure to harmful UV radiation can cause skin to age prematurely & increase chances of getting moles.
HOW TO REMOVE MOLE?