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Mole removed from back, tested negative for cancer but having continuous pain. Cause of pain?

Hi, i had a mole removed from my back about 5 years ago that was sent off for further tests. Thankfully the result came back negative in terms of being cancerous. However in the last three months i have had a pain coming from the area where the mole was removed and am concerned as to what this could be. Any ideas as to what could be causing this would be greatly received.
Asked On : Fri, 1 Jun 2012
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good to hear that the biopsy report is negative for cancer. your present condition may be totally unrelated to past history of mole. it might be due to other causes like local muscle problems. this would subside slowly. But if you feel some nodularity or mass palpable in the region where you feel pain you need to consult local doctor immediately.
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