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Have got skin tag during pregnancy. Can it be surgically removed? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 06-Jul-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Skin Hair and Nails
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Practicing since : 2002
Answered : 106 Questions
Doctor:Good morning
User:Good morning
User:how are you doing
Doctor:I am little down today due to a sprained wrist
Doctor:How are you doing?
User:oh too bad, I am doing alright
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:my wife got a mole/skin tag during pregnancy
User:and it is still there 4 months after delivery
User:the mole is near her right eye
User:around 1 cm from it
Doctor:Could you send me a picture of the same?
Doctor:Moles usually stay for lifetime
Doctor:They do not disappear
User:is it a good idea to get them surgically removed
User:because it is kind of bothering her
Doctor:Yes, it is good idea and it is a wise decision to go ahead with the surgical removal
User:i dont have a picture of it yet, but I can send it to you later in the day
Doctor:Please send it to me to have a look
User:also could you please suggest me a dermatologist in bangalore for this kind of procedure
Doctor:You can mail it to YYYY@YYYY with subject as attention to XXXXX
Doctor:Where do you stay in Bangalore?
User:its near ITPL
Doctor:You could go to VIMS, Marathalli
Doctor:Or Manipal, Airport road
User:alright I will check about both
User:thank you very much
Doctor:Thank you too
Doctor:Good day ahead
User:Good day to you too, and get well soon :)
Doctor:Thank you :)
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