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Mole on left breast, swelling, black spots on it, changed in colour. Tried freezing it, reoccurred. Treatment?

I have had a mole on the outside of my left breast for 5 or 6 years my primary doctor is aware of it and had froze it off one time and it came back , has always been the same time this year it is raised up and has had some black color spots come up in it now , doesn t hurt just concerns me cause it has changed color now. the size is twice the size of a pencil eraser and not completely round either . What u think
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Your swelling might have recurred due to incomplete removal during first procedure.
Most of the moles are benign,but they can turn into cancer sometimes.
As it is changing its characteristics,you better get it excised with your Surgeon and send it for Biopsy.
Most probably,it may come as benign,not cancer.
But,don't neglect.
Unless it is sent for histo pathological examination,diagnosis can't be confirmed.
Wish you good health
Answered: Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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