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.. on my face, it's skin coloured - think it's been there forever, but can't really remember. Anyway, just to remind me of my advancing years, it's grown a little hair on it and I cannot bear it. Can I cut it off? The hair, not the mole.
Oh, and I think officially it isn't a mole if it doesn't have any pigment. Bizarre because you can have something the same shape, texture and appearance as a mole, only the lack of pigment makes it something quite different. Apparently... (not sure I believe it myself).
Just looked at that skin clinic site and removal of a mole is £285!!
Just to highjack, I was wondering about dd's moles. She is 8, and has a few which she is beginning to feel self-conscious about. Of course I do the murmuring "nonsense" thing when she says they're ugly, but perhaps I should investigate removal.
you brits don't knwo you're born. 800 private clinic. NO REGRETS though. he did a lovely job. excised it so it won't come back as a high percentage of moles that are just excised (sp?) grow back. what el;se did i spend so much money on that five years later I still think 'money well spent'.
When i was leaving the guy said if you decide to get your breasts done come back to ME.
It has been on my mind. did he mean enlarged? lifted? what!!!!? was too stunned to say anything.
I paid 60 last year to have one removed near my eye. what was more expensive though was having it sent to histology to have it tested for abnormal cells. end bill was 60 removal 0 medicaton (done without local) 150 histology