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Moles on the nose and rashes on the stomach?

By Anonymous October 9, 2011 - 9:24pm
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I have no insurance but Mutilpe moles that I am concerned about of which 2 of them I bought dermatend and use it to remove to the biggest ones on my nose. Where they were the skin is now turning back to brown and starting to raise up a little again. While the smallest on on the other side of my nose is getting bigger and hurts sometimes. I have another on my inside thigh the is raised and about the size of 2pencils erasers put together and on on my back .
The red rashes are on my stomach under my breast and on the sides of my breast. The rash itches sometimes but not always. When it is hot out the stand out more and get more red in color. When I was younger I remember the doctor saying I had something called " Tinver" I probably said it wrong but it was something like that. He had given me a antifungal cream and antibiotic and it went away.
Any suggestions on either one of the issues that I am concerned about?

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Hi Anonymous,

You need to get a doctor to take a look at your skin and moles. I understand that you do not have insurance but please go to to your local health clinic and schedule an appointment there. It may cost you a few dollars depending on your income but they work on a sliding scaled based on what you can afford. The rash may be a heat rash if it gets worse in the heat, but the moles definitely need to get seen by a doctor.

Please keep us updated and do not apply anything else on your skin.

Good Luck,


October 10, 2011 - 5:54am
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