A website about this topic.
This website will try to give you answers of this question (problem).
Are you afraid of them? Are you wondering about them? You may use this website to learn more about the red moles.
All you need is knowledge. And we'll try to provide it to you, dear red moles' learners!
Red mole or red moles are red. If you worry about cancer, at once we would like to suggest you this link: http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/factsheet/Risk/moles and you will see that it's not so often and that it's not that scary. In my family there are 2 persons who had operation, because of this. Well, we're still alive and it WASN'T painful at all.
Well, as far as I know, there are no men or women without a single mole (or nevus). They (the moles and the nevi) are an immanent part of our lives in the same way as our hair or our kidneys. Modern humans develop different number of moles and nevi during their entire life. Moles and nevi tend to appear during childhood. They gradually disappear after middle age. White raced people have an average of 30 moles, with some having up to 400 moles. The good news for those of you, who have got numerous of them are that the number of moles a certain person has, correlates with telomere length. A study found that those with over 100 moles had longer telomeres, than those with under 25 moles! And probably you know that the length of telomeres may be of significance in the ageing process (shorter telomeres are thought to be associated with a greater risk of age-related diseases).
Now let's go on to inform you about the red mole. Moles and nevi vary in color; they're different colors - for instance: light brown, brown, dark brown and black. True, but sometimes some of them tend to be red ones. If you got this/these one/ones the question should be "Is this color a reason for concern?" The answer I think is "If the mole was always red and doesn't change in shape, size, color, borders, and do not cause discomforts like itchy, pain, bleeding, etc., then, most probably, it's just a normal one, and there is nothing to be concerned with."
If it changes like: getting asymmetric, making irregular borders, different color (variegated), bigger diameter ( greater than 6 mm) and evolving over time (ABCDE) plus elevated above the skin surface, firm to the touch and growing (EFG), you must visit your doctor !!!!!!!
By the way, often some people think that cherry hemangioma is a red mole, but it isn't!
Surprise or not (depends of your knowledge) red mole is also a political phenomenon. Let's learn about it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_mole#Red_Mole.
Well, that's all what I can tell you about the red mole/-s. Wish you good health, good luck and a lot of love!
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