There’s nothing worse than creating a huge sense of alarm and panic over something that doesn’t warrant it. So I’m by no means suggesting that if you have a mole that it’s in any way cancerous or will necessarily become cancerous in the future (click the following link to learn more about abnormal changes in moles www.mole-wart-removal-guide.com/types-of-moles).
In fact, most types of moles aren’t dangerous at all, and of the types that do pose a health risk, only a small percentage of them are melanoma, which is the most serious form of skin cancer.
Having said all that, here’s a few warning signs that you should know about. If a mole changes any of its physical characteristics, e.g. size, shape color, then it’s a cause of concern. You should also pay attention if a mole suddenly becomes irritated, e.g. if it begins to bleed or starts to itch.
Finally, many health clinics offer various types of cancer screenings and it’s a good idea to have your moles checked out every so often. And again, if you notice any of the aforementioned warning signs, then you should see your doctor right away.