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    **donna hill** Female

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    Default red mole in my arm

    out of no where a red mole appeared can this be cancer in my skin? im really scared

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    Hi Donna! The lesion could possibly be cherry angioma. If possible could you please post a good picture of the lesion ?

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    **Edward Davis** Male

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    Hey there i also have a red mole in myarm but it would be better if you can show us a picture of it sometimes its not a big deal but for more observations you need to check that out with your doctor

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    **donna hill** Female

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    Quote Originally Posted by saiyan View Post
    Hi Donna! The lesion could possibly be cherry angioma. If possible could you please post a good picture of the lesion ?
    Now that you are telling me im more nervous, its not a big mole but its there in my arm and i know for a fact that i didnt have this before

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    You do not need to get nervous its benign condition.but without seeing the lesion we cannot say anything for sure. So if you are comfortable u can post the picture.

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    **donna hill** Female

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    I already went to DR. now im only waiting for my test results.. im really nervous!!

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    What is the current status of your result?

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    **Elm Baby** Male

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    It could be irritated from plucking it out.
    keep an eye on it, if it gets worse, see a doctor.
    moles don't change in size and/or color unless something is wrong.
    just watch it for a couple of days and if a hair grows back, do not pluck it out....

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    **Julie Lara** Female

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    You must see a doctor. Get proper treatment. Good Luck!

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    **Suruchi Puri** Female

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    Red moles, or cherry angiomas, are common skin growths that can develop on most areas of your body. They're also known as senile angiomas or Campbell de Morgan spots. ... The collection of small blood vessels inside a cherry angioma give them a reddish appearance.


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