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Dark brown nevus under foot, tried to remove it, went away on its own. Causes?

I noticed a dark brown nevus on the bottom of my foot about two months ago....I tried to remove it but I did not want to create a cut on the bottom of my foot. I have checked it several times since discovering it and it was the same shape and size...even a few days ago. I just now checked it and it is completely gone, as it was never that common?
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
you have not mentioned your age.
usualy nevus present from birth or appear during childhood.
nevus which appear and disappear in 2months is probably do not happen.
so i doubt it was realy a nevus or not.
please give the description well.
your age,sex.
was it painful?
any history of trauma?
any other problem in body.
probably that will suffice to comment properly.
dont worry
with regards
dr gorai
Answered: Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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