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Raised red mole on breast. Sudden appearance of red moles on breast, midrift. Reason?

I have always have had several light brown moles and two red moles. One of the red moles is on my breast , slightly raised and almost round. The other is on my leg and a little bigger than the writing tip of a ballpoint pen. Small red moles have suddenly appeared on my breast, and red pin size dots on my midrift. Why?
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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Hye! You are having cherry angioma, also known as campbell de morgan spots. It is a benign condition. Do not worry. They are not harmful.they may be idiopathic (without cause) or followed by some disease, like DM , obesity, liver disease, alcohol addiction etc. it may occur in pregnancy. Just electrocautery or cryocautery may cure the disease... Ok
Answered: Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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