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White thick stuff on squeezing the mole, treatment required?

I have a mole oin my shoulder blade that I have had as long as I can remember - the other day my boyfriend noticed it had what appeared to be something sticking out of it. He tried to get it off and squeezed myt mole, like a zit and a bunch of white thick stuff came out of it. I had my mom look at it the next day and she did the same thing and some more stuff came out but not as much. I ve had my moles looked at a year ago by a dermatologist , and at that time he said they all looked fine. Do I need to have this mole looked at??
Asked On : Mon, 28 May 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Welcome to HCM,
From history it seems that you are having Sebaceous cyst.
It you have got this cyst then please see that there is very tiny black spot on cyst,if it is there then it confirms the cyst.
Consult surgeon and get cyst removed.This is very minor procedure.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Mon, 28 May 2012
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