When the mole about the dangers?

When the mole about the dangers?
 Moles can make a unique image. Recall, for example, Marilyn Monroe, model Cindy Crawford and Natalia Andreichenko. However, such education may not be as harmless as it seems. There are several types of nevi (medical name), both innate and appear on the person's body for life. However, in the case of degeneration of moles in melanoma can begin the development of cancer.
 There are several factors that can trigger the development of malignant tumors. One of the most common is the abuse of sunlight. For all people have their limit UV dose, and it is difficult to determine exactly how much one can be under the direct rays of the sun without harm to health. Therefore, all the better to adhere to the general rules - no sunbathing with ten in the morning until four in the afternoon, when the sun is most active after bathing wipe dry to water drops do not enhance the effect of UV rays, use sunscreen.

Another reason, which starts the process of degeneration of a mole - a hormonal disturbances or changes. This can occur during pregnancy or hormonal drugs.

Also unpleasant changes moles can begin after injury. This is especially true of those moles that are on the ground, where they are constantly hurt - in the crook of the elbow, waist, neck.

Should be sensitive to the metamorphosis of moles. May raise concerns about these changes:

- Change color. Birthmark became more intense, almost black, or, conversely, become pale or colorless. Sometimes, there are around a mole pigment black nodules of different sizes;
- Coloring nevus became uneven;
- Mole changes its size and shape increases, spreads, compacted, non-uniformly increases;
- Around moles appear redness;
- Education begins to cause discomfort - burning, itching, tingling;
- From a mole hairs fall out, or it begins to crack.

If you notice at least one of these symptoms, you should immediately contact a doctor-oncologist. Melanoma is curable at early stages in virtually 100% of cases.

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