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I have dark brown oral pigmentation in my mouth and upper lip. Do i need medical attention ?

hi, i am a 38years old lady ,since 3 months ago ,i have found 5-6 oral pigmantation (the largest is about 1x1cm)in my mouth and on my upper lip,they are completly with soft surface, painless and look dark brown without any symptom ,after 3 months one of these area is lighter than others,i am not smoker,and i dont have any problem now,i dont take any drog now ,if you want i can send the phtoes of my oral pigmantation for you ,,would u please help me? with thanks moji
Asked On : Sat, 9 Apr 2011
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Multiple causes are known, Local irritants, such as smoking,chewing pan can result in varying degree of pigmentation.
Oral pigmented lesions result from cellular hyperplasia that can range from benign nevi to fatal oral melanoma.
consult an ENT surgeon who will be able to diagnose and treat your problem

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