Can a normal mole be 2 colors?

Can moles be different colors?

But moles come in different colors, shapes and sizes: Color and texture. Moles can be brown, tan, black, red, blue or pink.

Are skin colored moles normal?

A normal mole is usually an evenly colored brown, tan, or black spot on the skin. It can be either flat or raised. It can be round or oval.

What are normal moles supposed to look like?

What does a common mole look like? A common mole is usually smaller than about 5 millimeters wide (about 1/4 inch, the width of a pencil eraser). It is round or oval, has a smooth surface with a distinct edge, and is often dome-shaped. A common mole usually has an even color of pink, tan, or brown.

What do suspicious moles look like?

Border that is irregular: The edges of suspicious moles are ragged, notched or blurred in outline, while healthy moles tend to have more even borders. The pigment of the mole may also spread into the surrounding skin. Color that is uneven: The mole may have various colors present, including black, brown and tan.

Are multi colored moles always cancerous?

Cancerous or pre-cancerous moles are multicolored. If the mole has more than one color, get it looked at. Imagine a pencil eraser. Moles smaller than the diameter of a pencil eraser are less likely to be cancer.

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What does Stage 1 melanoma look like?

Stage I melanoma is no more than 1.0 millimeter thick (about the size of a sharpened pencil point), with or without an ulceration (broken skin). There is no evidence that Stage I melanoma has spread to the lymph tissues, lymph nodes, or body organs.

How do I know if my mole is bad?

It’s important to get a new or existing mole checked out if it:

  • changes shape or looks uneven.
  • changes colour, gets darker or has more than 2 colours.
  • starts itching, crusting, flaking or bleeding.
  • gets larger or more raised from the skin.

What color is melanoma?

Melanoma often contains shades of brown, black, or tan, but some can be red or pink, such as the one shown here.

What kind of moles are cancerous?

A mole that is larger than 6 millimeters, or the size of a pencil eraser, is cause for concern. Talk with your doctor if you notice any of the ABCDEs of melanoma, or if you have a mole that is evolving or changing in size, shape or feeling.

When should I be worried about a mole?

If you have any moles that are larger than most, have smudgy or irregular edges, are uneven in colour or have some pinkness, you should see a doctor and get them checked. Any moles that appear newly in adulthood should be checked. The most concerning sign, however, is a changing mole.

Is a melanoma raised or flat?

The most common type of melanoma usually appears as a flat or barely raised lesion with irregular edges and different colours. Fifty per cent of these melanomas occur in preexisting moles.

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