If this is the case, you will need further tests to ensure it hasn’t spread. It’s highly unlikely that it is cancerous, but it’s always better to be safe than sorry.
Instead, there are generally three different options that definitely work and that may be recommended by your doctor.
1. Laser wart removal: here, the practitioner directs a laser at the mole. The light then breakdown the cells in the mole, and they are then reabsorbed into the body. It will take a few weeks following the application for the mole to be complete absorbed.
2. Cryotherapy: here, the mole is frozen. This then kills the cells inside the mole and the mole will eventually fall off. It can take up to a month for the mole to finally fall off, but for most people, it happens within the first two weeks.
3. Excision: here, a doctor cuts the mole out.It’s painless because the area is numbed first, although once the local anaesthetic has worn off, it will be a little stingy. It works straightaway, so for many is the most convenient option.
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