9 Dangerous Myths About Moles And Suntun You Still Believe

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9 Dangerous Myths About Moles And Suntun You Still Believe

How to Examine and Treat Moles. There are all kinds of misconceptions out there regarding moles, suntan, and skin cancer most people still believe. It can be really dangerous for you, and if you want to protect yourself and your family and stay healthy, you have to know these important tips. We’re going to debunk the most widespread myths when it comes to moles, freckles, suntan, and melanoma.

Only dangerous moles get removed. 3:19
A dermatologist will have no problem removing any mole if it bothers you physically or makes you self-conscious. For example, if you’re worried about hurting it while putting on or taking off your clothes or if you don’t like how it looks on your face, you can always have a mole removed. And don’t worry, it’s absolutely safe for your health. Just make sure you do get it done in a specialized establishment where it’ll be taken for tissue analysis.

You don’t need sun protection if it’s cloudy or rainy outside. 5:39
Ultraviolet radiation can easily penetrate clouds, which means it can still damage our skin even if it’s a cloudy day or pouring down rain. However, the intensity of the damage these rays can cause depends on weather conditions and the season. You can download a special mobile app that will tell you the daily UV Index and give recommendations on how to prepare your skin for a day outside.

If you tear off a mole, you can get cancer. 7:58
There’s not really any definitive proof that a mole can be reborn into a melanoma after being ripped off. More often than not, an injured mole that turned out to be cancerous had already been growing as a melanoma. In this case, the process of tissue repair, which provokes the growth of any cells, simply speeds up the development of malignant tissue.

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TIMESTAMPS
Melanoma most often appears on the face or hands. 0:51
Big protruding dark moles are more dangerous than flat ones. 1:56
Only dangerous moles get removed. 3:19
They don’t remove moles with scalpels anymore. 3:59
If you have dark skin, you can go without sunscreen. 5:05
You don’t need sun protection if it’s cloudy or rainy outside. 5:39
People born with a lot of moles and freckles don’t need to worry. 6:33
If you’ve damaged a mole, it needs to be removed. 7:30
If you tear off a mole, you can get cancer. 7:58

SUMMARY
-Women are more likely to get melanoma on their legs and feet, while men notice it more on their back.
-In its early stages, a cancerous growth looks just like your common mole: round or oval, brown or pink in color, about a quarter of an inch wide, with a smooth surface or a little dome shape to it.
-A dermatologist will have no problem removing any mole if it bothers you physically or makes you self-conscious.
-This might come as a surprise, but the most effective way to remove a mole nowadays is still a good ol’ scalpel.
-Even people with dark skin tones should use sunscreen, wear hats, and avoid too much sun exposure on certain days.
-Ultraviolet radiation can easily penetrate clouds, which means it can still damage our skin even if it’s a cloudy day or pouring down rain.
-People with freckles are especially vulnerable to UV rays. As for birthmarks, most of them aren’t dangerous, but it’s still better to see a specialist to avoid risk of mutation from the sun.
-If you’ve damaged a mole, clean the area with antiseptic to prevent infection, apply some topical ointment to speed up healing and see a specialist ASAP.
-More often than not, an injured mole that turned out to be cancerous had already been growing as a melanoma.

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