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Yes, they look normal.
I would keep an eye on them every few months or so just to make sure it does not change in size, color, texture or shape.
Other than that, there's nothing to worry about it.
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It can be, especially if his parents have had them or if he's spent time in the sun.
Most likely, they are genetic and if parents and grandparents had them.
Do a scan every 3-4 months or so, take pictures of the ones you are concerned about and monitor them.
If you notice any changes, he can always get a biopsy done.
He is prone to moles, but not necessarily bad ones.
Moles are common in childhood.
Bad moles are not.
Yes it does
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