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Red mole on lip, causes discomfort. Blood clot? Can it be removed by the family doctor?

What is this red mole on my lip? I have had it for years & it bothers me everyday to look at it in the mirror! :( Could it be a blood clot? Could I have it removed by my family doctor or a dermatologist? I am trying my best to research all of my questions but I would rather ask a Dr. online then read some of the other websites & freak myself out... ha Until next time, Hannah
Asked On : Sun, 18 Nov 2012
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Critical Care Specialist 's  Response
Hi thanks for your question
The usual swellings, what you call as mole on lips are either paplioma or haemingoma or it can be a wart
To differentiate between the two you need examination by a physician.
If the swelling what you call as mole,is papiloma or wart , family doctor can remove it ,but if the swelling is haemingoma,you need to get it removed by a general surgeon.
Hope this answer your question
Answered: Sun, 18 Nov 2012
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