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I have a GP appointment next week about something else and I can ask him to look at it for me.
I had a mole and surrounding tissue removed in 2017 which after analysis showed abnormal cells but cancer not mentioned. Both that one and this are not easy for me to see and monitor. This one feels sore but it is possibly being irritated by clothes.
If it’s changed then get it checked out, especially as it’s been a concern in the past. In general, if you notice something that’s not normal for you and it doesn’t get better in a few weeks, then always get it checked out - it’s probably fine, but better to know for sure!