Red mole picture and questions
These three raised marks have been there for a few months and they do not go away, except for the smaller one which appeared recently. Its located at the back of the leg where it joins my backside. Im 25yrs old and female.
Please diagnose and tell me how to remove it (i do not have access to a doctor at the moment.)
Thank you for sending pictures, this makes it much easier to answer your question.
What you have are not red moles at all, but rather superficial blood lesions called angiomas.
These are quite normal and generally pose no risk.
You should keep an eye on them however in the event they do enlarge abnormally, or become discolored.
The cause of what most people call red moles is genetic. Although most people do have them, just some are more prone to having more.
What I would suggest to reduce the size of these angiomas is to use a natural anti-inflammatory.
Fortunately we have a great lotion here that does just that.
The other bonus is it is antiseptic, antibacterial, and antifungal.
Give it a try, and please come back and comment to your post here to let us know how you are doing.
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P.S. Also a premium liquid vitamin is also recommended for over all health which will help prevent more red moles.
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