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    Questions about birthmark removal?
    Well I have a “birthmark” on my face it’s kinda like an abnormally large freckle. it’s like exactly the size of a lentil bean. it’s on my left cheek and it causes me to be really self conscious and makes me feel really bad about myself :( so…
    1. how much would it cost to remove it surgically?
    2. any home remedies that might work?
    also i’m afraid of being judged by people like “oh wow she got it removed that’s weird” or something like that i dont know if that makes sense… will they judge me?

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    Is my daughter’s mole cancerous?
    My 2 1/2 year old daughter was born with 5 cafe-au-lait birthmarks- some quite large, others small. One on the back of her neck has developed a darker raised spot on it. Is this a normal change for a birthmark? The birthmark is otherwise symmetrical, a little larger than a pencil eraser, and light brown in color. I’ve read that skin cancer in children is very rare, so I’m not sure that I should jump to conclusions.

    • ANSWER:
      You really should go see a doctor straight away to get your advice from a qualified doctor. Once you know what kind of mole your daughter has, there are options on how to remove it so that your little girl doesn’t have to have invasive surgery.

      If you want to remove a mole, you could try using a natural mole remover. Natural mole removal creams are very effective and less invasive than laser mole removal or incision surgery and can be done safely at home. Your chances of getting a big scar will be a lot less with a natural mole removing cream, as there is no incision. If you opt for surgery to remove your mole, there is a chance that there will be a big scar, even if the mole is not very big.

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Moles, Clothes, and More Wedding Planning | Effing the Ineffable

School is officially back in session as of this week, and let me assure you, I am feeling it. This fall is going to be an incredibly busy semester, but a good one, I think. After all, I’ve got a lovely view from my now-private office (!) and I’ve got Marcel Proust keeping me company on my desktop.

...depending on where you look..I would like to welcome M. Marcel Proust to my office. BIENVENUE!

In other news, I recently had my first visit to a dermatologist for a check up. Have any of you ever done that? The phrase “full-body skin exam” was invoked and I did not anticipate it with pleasure. I envisioned someone inspecting every inch of my naked body with, like, a jeweler’s loupe while I stood in awkward positions and laughed nervously, apologizing for my cellulite. In reality, it was very quick and not too embarrassing at all. The doctor did find a suspicious mole on the back of my shoulder, in a spot I can’t really see. It was two-tone, which is a sign it could be a malignant melanoma, so she removed it and sent it off for testing. She numbed the skin with an injection of local anesthetic and then just cut the offending mark right off. I didn’t even feel a thing, even though I now have what my fiancé refers to as “a crater” in the spot where the mole once was.

I will admit that while I was waiting for the results of the biopsy to come back, I allowed some worry and fear to enter my mind. I imagined hearing that it was cancer, that it had spread, that I’d get sick and have to go through treatment and basically ruin our lives right before the wedding. Or, you know, die. I’m sure that sounds like a dramatic overreaction, but tell me you wouldn’t have some similar worries if you were in my shoes. I think anyone would. At any rate, the results turned out to be normal, so there’s now nothing to fret about. Sigh of relief, I tell you.

I do wear sunscreen and I do keep track of my (many, many) moles for signs of change, but it’s impossible to see all of them myself. So if you, like me, spend any time outdoors (hello, fellow runners and cyclists, I am looking at you!), even if you wear sunscreen, you may want to get your skin checked. It’s really not as scary as you might think. Quick and painless, even the mole removal.

Hmm, what else? Oh, I started posting work outfit photos on my tumblr again, if you are interested. And frankly, why wouldn’t you be? This is gripping stuff. Really, though, I think tumblr is a good little place for me to tuck those away so that my Twitter/Instagram/blog doesn’t get too full of selfies. Not that I’m opposed to selfies — au contraire. I love them. Everyone’s selfies, not just mine. (I like to see pictures of people! I find get to like people even more online when I see their smiling faces more often.) But at any rate, I just don’t feel like this blog is the place for daily outfit selfies. I might post a favorite here every now and then, but if you want the full spectrum of my pilly old Target wardrobe, you’ll have to head to tumblr. Deal? Deal.

In wedding planning news, there isn’t a lot of wedding planning news. During the time when CW and I were moving and then traveling, we let it sit on the back burner for a while and just didn’t worry about doing much of anything related to the wedding. Now, though, we’ve got to get back on it. We just placed our order for invitations, and I am so excited to get them and send them out! They’re fabulous. Did I tell you I got a dress? I can’t remember if I did. Well, I got a dress! I fell in love with one at Ann Taylor (yes, that Ann Taylor, go figure!), but it was on final sale and they didn’t have my size. Tragedy. But! I wound up finding an incredibly similar one elsewhere, even less expensive, and it fits me almost perfectly right off the rack. Can you believe the luck? I just have to get it shortened by about 1-2 inches, which I can do at my local tailor. I also found a pair of shoes (ivory ballet flats) and I think I’ve decided on a hair doohickey instead of a veil, but we’ll see.

Regarding flowers: did anyone out there make your own bouquets? That’s what I’m going to do, but I’m waffling between ordering the flowers online or buying bouquets from Kroger the day before. In both cases, I’d have to trim, assemble, and wrap them myself. The difference is, Kroger flowers would be half the price of ordering in bulk, BUT you never know what exactly they’ll have in their bouquets on any given day, so there would be less control over colors and flower types. Thoughts? Should I trust it to Kroger to save myself $75-100?

Still to do: arrange with our potential photographer, order the cake, order boutonnieres/corsages, do a food tasting, confirm with my hairstylist, make playlists, buy rings, meet with our officiant, write vows, choose readings, make seating chart, remember the things I’m forgetting, and oh my dog not freak out because the wedding is only 79 days away. Pas de problème.

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Plastic surgery is more of a female phenomenon and it is no surprise when a woman comes out as to have gone to right the wrongs on her body.

Turn that same thinking to men and you will discover than men think of it less. Men are known to be more comfortable in their own skins and would care less but it is not so for some celebrity men who underwent plastic surgery, for whatever reasons. Some of them we know, some we do not.

Everyone knows that pop music sensation, Michael Jackson underwent plastic surgery. Micheal admitted to undergoing only two procedures. “I’ve had no plastic surgery on my face, just my nose. It helped me breathe better so I could hit higher notes,” he said.

Celebrity Men Who Have Undergone Plastic Surgery - Micheal JacksonCountry music legend, Kenny Rodgers, after he underwent surgery said that he used to joke about having cosmetic surgery before he actually tried it, and he has no regrets. “Really it was all for the sake of what I thought was looking better, and I’m not sure what I would look like if I hadn’t done it so I am happy,” he said.

Celebrity Men Who Have Undergone Plastic Surgery - Kenny RogersFormer Poison lead singer, Brett Michaels has been the topic with people wondering if he had plastic surgery after being hurt in a 1994 car accident.

Celebrity Men Who Have Undergone Plastic Surgery - Brett Micheals53-year-old bachelor but now soon to be father, Simon Cowell is next in line. According to the unauthorized biography, “Sweet Revenge: The Intimate Life Of Simon Cowell,” the music producer and reality show executive credits his youthful face to receiving Botox injections twice a year. “It simply works,” he reportedly told friends.

Celebrity Men Who Have Undergone Plastic Surgery - Simon CowellBarry Manilow said about 16 years ago, he two cysts removed, and the doctor offered to clean up the lines around his mouth. According to Manilow, the physician said, “You know I can get rid of these things as long as I’m in there.”

Celebrity Men Who Have Undergone Plastic Surgery - Barry Manilow2012 Season 2 “American Idol” also got under the knife. “I had operative surgery on my jaw for a TMJ thing and I had them suck the fat out of my chin while they were in there,” he said.

Celebrity Men Who Have Undergone Plastic SurgeryEnrique Iglesias had a mole but now, he has a clear face. He said the process of removing the mole from his right cheek was gory. “All I saw was blood,” he said in an interview. “I was freaking out. I thought he was going to poke out my eye.”

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Tattoos, moles, and melanoma – Harvard Health Publications

When I first began to see patients with tattoos, I marveled at the novelty and variety of this “skin art.” But now that tattooing has become more common—an estimated 1 in 4 Americans between the ages of 18 and 50 has one—reports of skin cancer “hiding” in a tattoo takes on added significance.

Writing in JAMA Dermatology, three German clinicians describe the case of a young man who wanted to remove large, multicolored tattoos on his arms and chest. Before beginning laser removal therapy, his doctors noticed a suspicious-looking mole inside the tattoo on his right arm and recommended that it be removed. He declined, and began having laser therapy to remove the tattoos. Seven years and 47 laser sessions later, the doctors told the man they wouldn’t continue treatment unless the mole was removed. It turned out to be cancerous—stage II melanoma.

This wasn’t the first time doctors have discovered a melanoma inside a tattoo. The German clinicians found reports of 16 other cases in English-language journals. It’s possible that this is the tip of the iceberg.

Detecting melanoma

Melanoma is a form of cancer that begins in melanocytes—cells that make a pigment called melanin. Melanin is the pigment most responsible for skin color, and for tanning. Each year, more than 75,000 Americans are diagnosed with melanoma, and more than 9,000 die from it. Early diagnosis can identify this type of skin cancer while it is curable, meaning while it is confined to the mole or top layer of skin and before it has spread (metastasized) to deeper tissues or to other parts of the body.

The first sign of melanoma is often a change in an existing mole. (It can also appear as a new mole.)  It’s especially important to have a mole checked if it has one or more of the “ABCDE” features:

  • Asymmetry. One side of the mole looks different from the other.
  • Border irregularity. An edge of the mole is ragged or uneven.
  • Color variations. There is an uneven mixture of brown, black, tan, or red.
  • Diameter. The mole is bigger than quarter of an inch (6 millimeters)
  • Evolution. The mole evolves, or changes over time. This could be a change in size or shape.

The National Library of Medicine has helpful pictures of melanoma.

Moles and tattoos

Tattoos may make it difficult to evaluate moles. Tattoo ink can hide suspicious changes in moles. Ink can also seep into underlying tissues and mimic the spread of metastatic melanoma.

Laser removal therapy is also problematic when moles are present. Lasers break up pigment inside the tattoo. But it can also break up pigment inside a suspicious mole, making assessment of the mole difficult. One report suggests that laser therapy may delay the diagnosis of melanoma and there is even some concern – unproven so far – that repeated laser surgeries may promote transformation of benign moles to melanoma .

Here are two key take-home lessons from the JAMA Dermatology report:

  • If you are considering getting a tattoo, either make sure it will be applied to skin that is free or moles or birthmarks, or have your doctor check any moles in the to-be-tattooed area beforehand.
  • If you are planning to have a tattoo removed, check for moles within the tattoo. If you see any, ask your doctor or dermatologist to check them out before starting laser therapy.



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As we get older our skin changes, and with those changes we wonder, What’s happening to my skin? As adults, we believe we shouldn’t be experiencing the torments of acne as we did as a teenager, or we notice brown spots that suddenly appear out of nowhere. We also worry about those days gone by when we used baby oil as tanning lotion. Here are the most common questions adults are asking their dermatologists. Acne Why am I experiencing acne now that I’m older? Acne usually occurs on the face, neck, back, chest and shoulders. Adult acne is caused by a combination of several factors: hormones leading to excess oil secretion, faulty closing of the hair duct, and infection. Acne develops when a sebaceous gland, which is connected to a pore and contains a fine hair, becomes blocked with sebum, an oily substance made by the sebaceous glands that normally empties onto the skin’s surface through the opening of the pore. If a pore becomes clogged and prevents the sebum from reaching the surface of the skin, bacteria that normally lives on the skin begins to grow in the pore. These bacteria produce chemicals and enzymes and attract white blood cells that cause inflammation. When the wall of the clogged pore breaks down sebum, dead skin cells and bacteria seep into the nearby skin, leading to pimples. Here is a list of other situations that may cause a breakout: 1. Women: two to seven days before their menstrual period begins 2. Friction caused by leaning on or rubbing the skin 3. Pressure from bike helmets, backpacks, or tight collars 4. Environmental irritants, such as pollution and high humidity 5. Squeezing or picking at blemishes 6. Hard scrubbing of the skin How can I treat my acne? Although there are many remedies you can purchase at the local drugstore, consult your dermatologist first to determine what type of acne you have. He may then prescribe a medication specifically to meet your needs. The biggest breakthrough in acne treatment has been the development of topical retinoic acid, a form of vitamin A. Other acne products consist of the following ingredients: 1. Azelaic acid cream 2. Alpha-hydroxy acids (including glycolic acid, lactic acid, and gluconic acid) 3. Benzoyl peroxide 4. Topical antibiotics (gels, lotions, and solutions) 5. Antibiotic pills 6. Birth control (for women) 7. Accutane or Sotret for severe acne (women who choose this treatment must be on some type of birth control) Aside from medications, keep in mind that a healthy lifestyle can also prevent breakouts, such as: getting plenty of sleep, drinking a lot of water, and eating a balanced, healthy diet. Also consider cleaning items in your home that may be contain germs, such as: the phone, dirty towels, pillowcases and sheets Skin Types What type of skin do I have? There are six categories of skin types: 1. Dry 2. Somewhat dry 3. Normal 4. Somewhat oily 5. Oily 6. Combination. Skin type, which is determined by the amount of oil secretion, is hereditary. The different areas in the skin that produce oil and the amounts of oil produced are based on genetics. Some women classify themselves as having sensitive skin. Overexposure to the elements or overuse of products can lead to skin allergies or sensitivities. To avoid this, try to minimize the number of products you use and try to find products designated for sensitive skin whenever possible. Hyperpigmentation What are these brown spots on my skin? Hyperpigmentation comes in many forms, including freckles, melasma, liver spots, sun spots, acne scars or wounds. Hyperpigmentation results from too much abnormal melanin (dark brown to black pigment occuring in the hair, skin and iris of the eyes) within the superficial skin cells. The main causes of increased melanin production are acute sunburn and chronic sun exposure. The second most common cause is hormonal change as a result of pregnancy, oral contraceptives or hormone replacement therapy. Another cause of hyperpigmentation is post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation that occurs after a wound or blemish heals. Cleansing How many times a day should I wash my face? Cleansing is essential for your skins long-term health, however, cleansing can strip your skins protective oils that act as natural barriers to the elements. Washing your face any more than twice daily can lead to dry, irritated skin. When cleaning your face, use tepid water and a gentle cleanser if you have sensitive skin. If you have oily skin, do not be tempted to wash your face when it gets oily throughout the day. Try using oil blotting papers instead. Here’s a clear way to cleanse your face: 1. Choose a cleanser that is formulated for your skin type; 2. wash your hands before you cleanse your face; 3. splash your face with warm water (hot water will stimulate and expand facial blood vessels, which can give you a flushed appearance); 4. work the cleanser into a lather, then gently massage it into your skin in a circular motion with your fingertips do not forget your hairline and neck; 5. remove the cleanser by splashing your neck and face with warm water; 6. blot your face with a clean towel (don not rub your face, it could cause irritation); 7. dampen a cotton ball in toner or Witch Hazel; 8. skim over your neck and face to remove any trace of cleanser you might have missed; and 9. apply your favorite moisturizer. Skin Cancer What causes skin cancer? There are three main types of skin cancer: 1. Basal cell carcinoma 2. Squamous cell carcinoma 3. Melanoma Basal cell and squamous cell cancers make up 95% of all skin cancers and are highly curable when treated early. Melanoma, made up of abnormal skin pigment cells, called melanocytes, is a serious form of skin cancer and causes 75% of all skin cancer deaths. Left untreated, it can spread to other organs and is difficult to control. Ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun is the number one cause of skin cancer, and UV light from tanning beds is just as harmful. Exposure to sunlight during the winter months puts you at the same risk as exposure during the summertime. Excessive and unprotected sun exposure causes basal cell and squamous cell skin cancer, while episodes of severe sunburns, usually before age 18, can later cause melanoma. Other less common causes are repeated X-ray exposure, scars from burns or disease and occupational exposure to certain chemicals.

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    Are there any doctors on available to help me with an important problem?
    Can I ever show a doctor a picture of a wart and they will be able to tell what it is?

    • ANSWER:
      im not a doctor. but im guessing most doctors wont give free advice over the internet. and wont diagnose from a picture. they will just tell you to come in and have it looked at. you said it was a wart,so that must be what it is.

      What are Warts?

      Warts are benign tumors of the epidermis. They can occur in people of all ages. Warts usually occur in children and young adults.

      What does a Wart look like?

      The appearance of a wart depends on where it is growing. Warts are usually the same color of the skin. Warts usually feel rough to the touch, but can be dark, flat or smooth.

      What Causes Warts?

      Warts are caused by viruses in the human papillomavirus (HPV) family. There are at least 60 types of HPV viruses.

      Where Do Warts Appear?

      Warts can grow on many different parts of your body. They can grow on your skin, on the inside of your mouth, on your genitals (genital warts) and on your rectal area (anal warts). Some types of HPV cause warts on the skin, while other types of HPV cause warts on the genitals and rectal area. Some people are more naturally resistant to the HPV viruses and don’t seem to get warts as easily as other people.

      Can warts be passed from one person to another person?

      Yes. Warts on the skin can be transmitted from person to person by direct physical contact. It is also possible to transmit warts by using towels or other objects that were used by a person who has warts.

      Warts on the genitals can be passed to another person during sexual contact. Sometimes, a woman may not know she has warts and may transmit warts to her sexual partner without even knowing it.

      The time between the first contact with warts and the time that the new warts will appear is often several months.

      Can Warts be Treated?

      Guaranteed effective all natural Warts Treatment.Yes warts can be treated. Sometimes treatment is unnecessary and the warts will go away on their own. When treatment is necessary, the most common treatments for warts are:

      medications (for small warts)
      Must be conducted by a doctor to prevent injury to the normal skin surrounding the warts.
      surgical removal (for large warts)
      laser surgery
      Guaranteed effective all natural Warts Treatment.

      If the warts are not removed through medicine or surgical removal, they will increase in size and number.

      Will the Warts Reappear?

      In some cases, the warts will reappear. They may reappear because the viruses that cause the warts are still present in the body.

    If my ex of 1 yr has hpv, and my new girlfriend doesnt does that mean im clean too?
    My ex just found out she has hpv, but ive been having sex with my new girlfriend who was tested two times does that make me clean?

    • ANSWER:
      HPV can be dormant in the human body for 20+ years, because there are a plethora of different kinds. Very few strains actually produce warts as nearly 98% of HPV strains are asymptomatic.

      An RN I personally spoke to about the subject said that she had a woman come in after being faithfully married for over 20 years & suddenly have an outbreak. This is actually fairly normal to have long dormancies, but can be deadly, because she left it untreated.

      SO…if you love … or even remotely care about the health of your current gf then you will get tested ! Some strains can be detected, while others can’t, so it’s kind of a gamble.

      Sorry to have to tell you more, but you should also know…

      > 20 million Americans are currently infected with HPV [so it’s not safe to have sex w anyone who isn’t tested or a virgin]
      > Most men don’t get symptoms for years, & if they do, it’s usually harmless/small warts
      > If you infect a woman with HPV the chances of her getting cervical cancer increase dramatically
      > Removal of the cervix usually causes serious fertility issues and sometimes death
      > In young adult & adolescent females, the cervical cells are still developing increasing the risk of HPV issues
      > Women are more biologically susceptible to STDs than men
      >The human papillomavirus (HPV) is currently the fastest growing STI/STD
      > HPV has no cure, but some strains can be prevented with Gardasil if you are a female under 26
      > Cancer of the penis is rare, but can occur from HPV
      > A common treatment for genital wart (HPV) outbreaks is burning or freezing them off (ick….)
      > If you have an outbreak of HPV’s genital warts, it can take 1-3 years to clear it up
      > One in four teen girls has a sexual disease, with HPV being by far being the most common

      Assuming you are a guy, this issue is probably not extremely serious for YOU, but could be very serious for your gf, who could be at a much higher risk for cancer if you exposed her. I highly suggest that she also get a pap smear (which she should be doing regularly.)

      P.S. Don’t just get tested for HPV Only! There was a very recent clinical study that said sexually active adults under 25 (not sure if you qualify) have a 50% chance of being infected with some sort of STD…65 million Americans have one or more….

      Hope that helps paint a clearer picture.

    What should I do if I have wart-like things on my breasts?
    I have warts similar to these on my breasts. what should I do?!

    • ANSWER:
      You should read the caption that came along with the picture.

      “Caption: Woman affected by warts on the breast. Warts, (medical name verrucae) the result of a viral infection, are small, often hard, benign growths in the skin. There are several types of warts: juvenile, common, plantar & genital or venereal. Warts usually disappear spontaneously although many treatments are available, including local application of chemicals, removal with a curette (scraping instrument) & electrocautery (electrically heated needle or snare).”

    There’s a mole on my skin that’s freaking me out?
    There’s a mole on my arm that I just got, it wasn’t there before, and its very small, very dark, flat and circular. It doesn’t have any similarities to pictures of skin cancers that I’ve seen, but it just seems not right. There’s like scabby skin around it though, but not on it..

    Should I go to the doctor?

    • ANSWER:
      Home Remedies for Moles
      Since skin moles are very common, they are usually not removed. However, if they are especially large or unsightly, people may want them to be removed. There are several ways of removing moles. However, the removal has to be done carefully or these moles may leave scars behind. There are many medical ways of removing moles from the body. However, there are also some home remedies which can be used to remove moles naturally.

      Make a poultice out of ground coriander. You can apply this poultice on the skin on specific moles. When you keep applying this poultice for some days, the moles may begin to lighten. Sour apples are also another remedy for moles. Extract the juice of these apples and apply it on the mole several times during the day. If you have a raised mole on your skin, applying the juice of sour apples can thin the mole and ultimately the mole may fade away.

      Moles : Home Remedies suggested by users
      Diet for Moles
      Potassium is an excellent remedy for the removal of moles. In fact, consuming foods rich in potassium can help you get rid of warts and other blemishes on the skin. Apple cider vinegar is a rich source of potassium and therefore should be consumed everyday. You can add a spoon of apple cider vinegar to your food everyday, if you can t consume a spoonful otherwise.

      Other Suggestions for Moles
      Laser treatment can be used to remove large moles. This is a non-invasive procedure and has the least chance of leaving scars as compared to other surgical removal methods.

      Although this is known to most commonly affect dark skinned people or people of Asian ancestry it could very well affect anyone else also. The cause of the condition is still largely unknown, but about half of the people affected by it are known to have traces of the condition in their family tree. Women are also seen to be affected at a much higher percentage as compared to men. The condition will usually start to develop during the adolescent years of the individual and increase in prominence as well as population with age.

      It is also important to remember that the development of these flat moles on your skin could be the result of nothing more than the over exposure of your skin to the sunlight.

      Because of the fact that the sudden development of moles is not all that uncommon, there are a number of home remedies that will prove to be particularly useful in getting rid of them to some degree. Squeezing a clove of garlic and placing it over the area that needs cleansing before covering it with a bandage is known to be very effective in reducing the prominence of skin moles. You could also try crushing some vitamin C tablets and applying the powder over the spotted area of the skin, holding it in place with the help of an adhesive bandage. Castor oil is very beneficial in the treatment of moles and should be gently massaged into the area of the mole at least twice daily for best results. It is also essential that you avoid going outdoors when possible as any over exposure of your skin to the sun could cause the moles to become more prominent. If going out in the sun is completely unavoidable, make it a point to protect your skin with the help of a suitable sunscreen lotion.
      answered Try this – Make a paste of castor oil and baking soda. Soak a gauze with this paste and tape it over the mole. Leave this overnightRemedies for Removal of Moles:

      There are many cosmetic products available in the market to remove moles. However, most of these only tend to aggravate the situation and hence you should be careful about what you are using to remove moles. Since this is a condition that has been present eternally, there are several home remedies that have been developed to treat the condition. Grind some coriander and apply the paste to the area of the mole. Do this every day and check for results. You could also use apply juice and apply it thrice a day for over three weeks. This would cause the mole to fade away slowly. Besides apple juice one could also apply ineapple juice mixed with ground cumin seeds. Keep this paste overnight and wash it with plain water in the morning.

      Mix some castor oil in baking soda and dab the mixture onto the mole and leave it overnight. Repeat the procedure for 4 days. Garlic is also considered as an excellent remedy. Cut a garlic slice and place it on the mole such that the cut side is on the mole. Leave this preferably overnight for best results. Make a paste of a few pods of drumsticks finely ground and some lime juice. Apply this on the mole and leave it for 20 minutes before washing it off. You could also use apple cider vinegar after dabbing the mole with some warm water. This has known to be very useful in many cases.

    Does this sound like a common wart and if so what should I do?
    For close to 3 months now I’ve had this little red bump on the inside of my wrist. It looked like a pimple or something at first, but now it has these little white things in it. I guess similar to when you get a white head, but there are a bunch of them in the one little bump. I’ve been using wart remover bandaids and stuff and not too much has happened until today. I pulled off a bandaid kind of fast and the bump started to bleed (I know its gross). I only put a regular bandaid on it because I don’t want to irritate it with wart removal chemicals. From the pictures of warts I’ve seen, it looks a little different, but the period of time its been here and stuff makes me think its a common wart. Anyone have any ideas? If so what else should I do. I’m going to try and go to the doctor next week. I’ve never had any warts before and I’m 25. However, I feel like I’ve had a little pimple like bump in this area before, but nothing like this and which usually went away in 2 weeks

    • ANSWER:
      It doesn’t sound like one to me… I don’t know what to do about it, though. Probably going to see a doctor is your best option.

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