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Hi and thanks for query.
Do you have any itch or pain associated with it?
Does it increased in size? and for how long you have it?
Thanks for the details.
This is in fact, a mole. However, since you do not have any itch or pain on it and the mole does not bleed. The recent change in appearance is a result of the recent manipulation with it using the over the counter products. I would suggest that you have this looked at by a Dermatologist and get it excised if it is causing you a problem. A problem may also be an unsightly appearance. Excision is a simple procedure, has a very low down time and gets rid of the lesion once in for all giving peace of mind.
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Probably not cancer with the way it looks. Skin tumors arising from moles cause itching, bleeding, change in size, asymmetry, ulceration, color changes etc. They need to be evaluated under a magnifying glass and biopsied for a precise identification.
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