How Do I Know if a Mole Is Cancer?
The vast majority of moles are not dangerous, however, if you have moles and ten notice one that looks different in size, color or shape - you need to get it checked. Another thing to consider is if you do not have many moles and start to get some after the age of 30, have your doctor check them on you next regular check-up (provided they do not look suspicious). Additionally, if any of your moles begin to bleed, ooze, itch, or become tender or painful - have it checked.
Remember, if a mole does not change over time, there is little reason to
be concern. If you see any signs of change in an existing mole, if you
have a new mole, or if you want a mole to be removed for cosmetic