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Black spot on inner labia for years, got bigger with second baby. Worried about cancer?

I have a black spot on my inner labia , its smooth to the touch and ive never noticed it hurting me but I do know that it has been on there for a few years and after I had my 2nd kid 7 monts ago it looks bigger my obgyn said it was just a freckle and not to worrie but I looked it up on google and I was reading alot about cancer .. Should I be worried??
Asked On : Wed, 2 Jan 2013
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black spot may be due to pigmented naevi. clinical examination is helpful. as your gynaecologist has seen the lesion he/she has defintely made the correct diagnosis. anyway, any black lesion if suddenly starts to increase in size, changes its texture then immediate excision and biopsy needed because this may be melanoma. so please notice the nature of the lesion at regular interval. consult your doctor.
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