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Going to a Cleveland Clinic location? It is very common to have moles and most are harmless. A mole can last as long as 50 years. See your regular healthcare provider or dermatologist if you suspect that a mole is abnormal. Appointments What does one look like? Your skin is the largest organ in your body. Moles can appear anywhere on your skin or mucous membranes, alone or in groups. Most skin moles appear in early childhood and during the first 20 years of life. It is normal for a person to have between 10 to 40 moles by adulthood.

The life cycle of an average mole is about 50 years. As the years pass, moles usually change slowly, becoming raised and lighter in color. Often, hairs develop on the mole. Some moles will not change at all and some will slowly disappear over time. Most moles grow on parts of your body that get sunlight ultraviolet radiation. A "pigmented lesion" is a general term that includes normal moles, sun freckles or age spots lentigines.

While most pigmented lesions will not become cancerous, if you have many lesions or unusual lesions you should see a dermatologist on a regular basis for a full skin examination.

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Regular monitoring allows the dermatologist to identify changes in lesions that look "suspicious. Moles occur when cells in your skin grow in a cluster instead of being spread throughout the skin. Most moles are made of cells called melanocytes, which make the pigment that gives your skin its natural color.

Moles may get darker after sun exposure, during pregnancy and during puberty.

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During pregnancy, moles often change evenly due to hormonal effects. For example, they may darken or become larger. However, if a mole changes in an irregular or uneven manner, have it evaluated by a dermatologist. Most skin moles are benign non-cancerous. If you notice changes in any mole's color, thickness, size, or shape, you should see a dermatologist. You also should have your moles checked if they bleed, ooze, itch, scale, or become tender or painful.

Examine your skin with a mirror or ask someone to help you. Pay special attention to areas of your skin that are often exposed to the sun, such as your face, hands, legs especially in femalesarms, chest and back especially in men. If a mole displays any of the s listed below, have it checked immediately by a dermatologist:. The most common location for melanoma in men is the back; in women, it is the lower leg. Melanoma is the most common cancer in women ages 25 to If your dermatologist determines that the mole is a concern, he or she will perform a skin biopsy, in which a small sample of the mole is taken to examine under a microscope.

A diagnosis can usually be made in less than a week. If the mole is found to be cancerous, it needs to be completely removed. If you are concerned that a mole is changing or if you see worrisome s, please contact your dermatologist to have the mole examined. Your usual healthcare provider might refer you to a dermatologist, a healthcare provider who specializes in skin. A normal skin mole does not need to be removed. Not only could you get an infection, but you could unknowingly remove melanoma skin cancer.

Healthcare providers recommend that you do not use any at-home treatments on your moles. If you have a concern, talk to a dermatologist. However, you can be proactive about preventing skin cancer or catching it early by:. Being proactive about preventing skin cancer is important for your health. This is especially true if:. In addition to limiting your exposure to sunlight and using sunscreen every day, examining your moles increases the chances of early detection and treatment of melanoma and other types of skin cancers.

Dermatologists recommend that you examine your skin every month. Most moles are benign non-cancerous. If you notice changes in a mole's color or appearance, have your mole evaluated by a dermatologist. You also should have moles checked if they bleed, ooze, itch, appear scaly, or become tender or painful. You should always be suspicious of a new mole that develops after the age of Many of the growths that appear after age 30 are harmless age-associated growths rather than moles; however, if you do notice a new growth, you should see your dermatologist.

He or she will examine the growth and perform a skin biopsy, if indicated. Moles can develop in any cutaneous skin or mucosal mouth, eyes, genitals surfaces. If you have had melanoma or have a strong family history of melanomain addition to routine exams by a dermatologist, you should have annual check-ups with a dentist, ophthalmologist eye doctor and a gynecologist to look for moles in these special locations. The most ificant complication is that some moles can turn into melanoma.

Most people get moles. Moles are almost always harmless. Just keep an eye out for any irregularity by checking or having someone you trust check for you once a month.

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Remember, if a mole displays any of the s listed below, have it checked immediately:. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic products or services.

Moles A mole on your skin is also known as a nevus, or a beauty mark. What are the types of skin moles? Congenital Nevi : These are moles discovered on your skin when you were born. Congenital nevi occur in about one in people. These moles may be more likely to develop into melanoma than moles that appear after birth. If your skin mole is more than eight millimeters in diameter, it has a greater risk of becoming cancerous. Dysplastic Nevi : These moles are larger than a pencil eraser and irregularly shaped.

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Dysplastic nevi tend to have uneven color with dark brown centers and lighter, uneven edges. These moles tend to be hereditary inheritedand people who have them may have more than moles. If you have dysplastic nevi then you have a greater chance of developing malignant cancerous melanoma. Any changes in a mole should be checked for skin cancer by a dermatologist.

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How common are moles? Moles are very common. Most people have about 10 to 40 of them. Where do moles most commonly occur? Are moles contagious?

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No, moles are not contagious. Do moles hurt? If your skin moles are tender or painful, you need to see a dermatologist. Do moles itch? If your skin moles itch, you need to see a dermatologist. Is it normal for moles to bleed? You need to see a dermatologist if your moles bleed. Are pigmented lesions the same as moles? What does it mean if I have a new mole after age 30?

Symptoms and Causes What causes skin moles? What are the risk factors for skin moles? Excessive sunlight. What makes skin moles darker? Diagnosis and Tests What should I look for when examining my skin moles? If a mole displays any of the s listed below, have it checked immediately by a dermatologist: A symmetry: If one half of your skin mole does not match the other half.

B order: If the border or edges of your mole are ragged, blurred or irregular. C olor: If the color of your mole is not the same throughout, or it has shades of multiple colors such as tan, brown, black, blue, white, or red. D iameter: If the diameter of your mole is larger than the eraser of a pencil. How does a dermatologist determine if moles are a concern?

Normal benign skin moles do not need to be removed doing so will leave a scar. Should skin moles be removed? How are skin moles removed? What are the at-home treatments for moles? Prevention Can moles be prevented?

However, you can be proactive about preventing skin cancer or catching it early by: Limiting how much sunlight you get. Wearing sunscreen every day. Examining your moles at least once a month, looking for irregularities. This is especially true if: You have fair skin.

You have many moles on your body. Your immediate family members have many moles, atypical moles, or a history of skin cancer. How should I examine my skin for moles? Perform skin self-examinations every month. It is best if you examine your skin after a bath or shower, while your skin is still wet. Use a full-length mirror if you have oneas well as a hand mirror, for a closer view. Ask a family member, if available, for help for the more difficult sites, such as your back.

Try to examine yourself the same way every month to avoid missing any areas.

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