The appearance of moles is usually attributed to an omen that speaks of the extraordinary luck of their owner. However, the real reasons for the appearance of such spots on the skin are more prosaic in nature, often threatening human health. Be attentive to such signs of "happiness" and do not delay a visit to the doctor.
Limit your exposure to the sun. Ultraviolet light negatively affects skin pigmentation and provokes the appearance of new moles. This is especially true for pregnant women and people with overly sensitive skin. If you love to sunbathe and it is hot summer outside, do not forget to use sunscreen. Do not take this problem lightly, because from excessive exposure to sunlight, moles can transform into malignant tumors.
See an endocrinologist and oncologist if your body is going through menopause. At this time, the hormonal state changes, and the immune defense system is weakened, which contributes to the development of malignant tumors. Specialists will conduct the necessary examinations and prescribe concomitant treatment that will maintain the body's hormonal levels at the desired level.
Check your liver. Often, the appearance of moles is caused by the occurrence of diseases such as cirrhosis and hepatitis. Another reason may be the increased slag content. After the examination, the doctor will prescribe either treatment or liver cleansing and a special diet.
Try not to disturb the surface of the moles. For example, women pull out their hair, and men damage moles while shaving. This provokes excessive blood flow, and melanoma, which is involved in the formation of moles, begins to spread throughout the body. It is unnecessary to remind that self-removal of birthmarks is dangerous to health, as it can lead to a lot of blood loss.
After experts examine your body and eliminate the causes of the appearance of moles, try to remove them. To do this, use laser freezing or mechanical burning.